Apple to Sell 1 Million Apple Watch Units Over First Three Days After Launch
According to the latest report shared by a well-known and usually reliable Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster, Apple may sell as many as 1 million Apple Watch units in the launch weekend with more than 300.000 units sold in the first 24 hours. Of course, this does not necessarily mean that all of the units purchased over the first days will be immediately shipped to the customers. You see, Apple may see serious constraints at launch due to the strong demand and relatively poor inventory of the wearable device.
Apple Watch sales could reach 1 million units over launch weekend, reports Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster. The smartwatch goes on sale Friday, April 24th.
Munster also predicts strong preorders for the device in a note to investors. Apple will tally 300,000 preorders in the first 24 hours, he said in the note.
In case you don’t know, there are three versions of the long-awaited Apple’s smartwatch. The cheapest is the aluminum one, it is called the Apple Watch Sport. The prices for this model start at $349. There’s also the stainless steel model called Apple Watch with the prices starting at $549. Finally, there’s a model made of 18-karat gold called the Apple Watch Edition with the prices ranging from $10.000.
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