(FILES Apple Watches are seen on display during an Apple media event at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco, California in this March 9, 2015 file photo. Wearable technology devices are seeing a growth surge that is likely to continue over the next few years, helped by the soon-to-be-released Apple Watch, a market tracker said March 30, 2015. The International Data Corporation(IDC) said it expected some 45.7 million wearable tech gadgets to be shipped globally this year, up 133 percent from 2014. AFP PHOTO/JOSH EDELSON / FILESJosh Edelson/AFP/Getty Images

Rumors were suggesting that the next Apple Watch would be available in an LTE version. Now, it seems, Apple will make two models of the watch: one with LTE and one without. The company also likely won’t iterate on design much with its form factor remaining largely similar to previous versions.

Once again our source of attaining Apple related information is Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities, who is one of the most reliable sources of predicting Apple trends. Kuo also says the new Apple Watch will ship in its usual two sizes — 38mm and 42mm.

Moreover, Kuo clarifies that it won’t support 3G, meaning it might not work in other markets. However, that AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint will all support the connected Apple Watch. The device will likely be announced along with new iPhones in the coming months.

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