And finally: Next Apple Watch to get battery boost and more

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And finally: Next Apple Watch details

Another week and another rumour roundup. This week (as always?) there's murmurs about the next-gen Apple Watch, some more details on the Samsung Gear S3, juicy GoPro info and more.

Read on to get up to speed...

Apple Watch 2 battery and screen info

Another week and another Apple Watch 2 rumour but, if true, this one is a pearler. DigiTimes (hit and miss with its reports, it must be said) have it on good authority that Apple is making use of new, slimmer, OGS screen tech for its next smartwatch and this will mean either a thinner model or a battery boost as there will be more room for juice in the tank.

The report said: "Apple will change touch panel technology from G/G to OGS (one glass solution) in the new Apple Watch to be launched in the second half of 2016."

If you're rocking the current device make sure you check out our pick of the best Apple Watch apps.

Samsung Gear S3 sensor details

The Apple Watch 2 is, without a doubt, the most prolific smartwatch on the rumour mill but the Samsung Gear S3 isn't too far behind.

The latest S3 murmurs point towards a couple of new sensors. SamMobile is claiming there will be an altimeter on board that "will constantly measure altitude and show it in meter/mile on the display" and a barometer that "will measure atmospheric pressure and readings will be displayed on the Gear S3 with the correct hPa unit."

GoPro's touchscreen ambitions

If this video above is to be believed then it's likely the next GoPro will come packing a touchscreen.

Konrad Iturbe posted the video and he's saying that it's the user interface for GoPro's upcoming Hero 5 action camera.

We recently did a huge action camera group test - check it out.

WOOLF offers protection for bikers

Just landed on Kickstarter WOOLF is "the only wristband in the world dedicated to real bikers."

Pairing up with an app it vibrates to warn riders of controlled speed zones and its makers say that it will work all around the world as it makes use of GPS and local speed data.


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