One of the most important gadgets that is going to be released this year for the whole world to love and use is the Apple Watch. Used as a separate device that has a lot of fantastic features or connected to an Apple iPhone in order to become even more fabulous, the Apple smart watch is THE thing to have, beginning with this April. A number of reports have been made regarding this product, raising the expectations and also the excitement of its future users.
A Wall Street Journal report has stated that Apple has recently placed two big orders of the magnificent watch, with different manufacturers that are very much involved in the process. In addition, the company has ordered between 5 million and 6 million units of the Apple Watch from a variety of manufacturers in order to meet all demands that are about to come. The big number of orders signifies that the Apple has a huge trust in the success of the gadget, even if the business hasn’t been very powerful in the domain of smart watches in 2014, overall. The wearable market has registered only 4.6 million devices especially created for this.
On the other hand, Google’s manufacturing partners had shipped 720,000 Android-Wear powered devices in the second half of the last year. The rival of Apple doesn’t promise much in the domain, as compared to the high expectations and big orders that Apple has made for its newest smart watch. However, the success is still on hold, but it might be a grandiose entrance that smart watches worldwide couldn’t make until now, but maybe the beginning is set for April and for Apple.
As far as the price is concerned, a former statement give by Apple has revealed the price of $349 for the Apple Watch Sport, with the specification that this will be “among the most expensive products (Apple) has ever sold”. However, in the latest report from BGR, the price has changed, being set at $400 for Sport, $650 for the stainless steel one and $4,200 for Edition. Experts believe that the price is quite big, taking into consideration that this is an entry-level version, but there are some that have a different opinion. Analyst Ben Wood from CCS Insights thinks that the Watch “will be instrumental in taking the wearables market to the next level of growth.”
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