“Has Apple sold 7 million units of its Apple Watch?” Tiernan Ray asks for Barron’s. “That’s the claim today by Trip Chowdhry of Global Equities Research, who writes that developers with whom he has spoken have a system of checking on Watch orders that has proven fairly reliable in past for Apple products.”
Ray reports, “Chowdhry writes that “demand for Apple Watch continues to get stronger,” ticking off a list of stats: ‘World-wide Apple Watch orders stand at over 7 Million units; of which, Apple has now shipped about 2.5 Million. Apple should easily ship more than 5 Million Apple Watches by June 30 ’2015. Apple Watch Applications from SAP, IBM, Oracle, Salesforce.com and Zoho will be driving Apple Watches into the Enterprise. Apple is on track to deliver 40 million to 42 million Apple Watches at $575 ASP by end of CY2015; 2015 is shaping to become ‘Apple Watch Christmas.””
Read more in the full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: Who knows? The idea of 2015 being an Apple Watch Christmas, however, is something we expect as well – providing Apple has their supply/demand in balance by late autumn, of course.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Rainy Day” and “Sarah” for the heads up.]
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