When the Apple Watch comes out: How you can buy it and how it’s different from other smartwatches

Apple’s next big smartwatch is almost here.

The Apple Watch Sport, which is going to be announced at Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference on June 7, is expected to be released sometime in October, according to a new report from CNET.

The first watch in the series to be made by Apple will have an OLED display, and its battery capacity will be at least 12 hours, CNET says.

The company is also expected to release a smaller model with a more modest display and smaller battery.

The smaller model will have the same hardware specs as the larger one, but will come with a smaller watch face and larger battery.

We don’t know much about the design of the new watch yet, but the most interesting part of the report is the introduction of the Apple HomePod mini.

According to the report, the new mini will be available with a 32GB storage capacity, which means that you can add a $50 Apple Watch to your account, and use it as a hub for your HomePod accessories.

The Apple Watch is also rumored to have a new app store, which could mean that there are plans to bring Apple Music to the Apple watch, Cnet’s report says.