“Apple Watch online sales in the United States are estimated to have totaled 3,039,353 at an average price of $505 through July 10, exactly three months after Apple began accepting pre-orders for the wrist-worn device,” Joe Rossignol reports for MacRumors citing data from market research firm Slice Intelligence.”
“The entry-level Apple Watch Sport has been the most popular model among early adopters by almost a two-to-one margin, with an estimated 1,950,909 units sold at an average price of $381 since April 10,” Rossignol reports. “Meanwhile, stainless steel Apple Watch sales are estimated at 1,086,569 units to date, at an average price of $695.”
Rossignol reports, “Apple has also sold 1,875 Apple Watch Edition models to date, at an average price of $13,700, according to Slice Intelligence… Slice Intelligence says it is ‘very confident’ that its Apple Watch sales estimates are within proximity to what Apple has actually sold, noting that its data is measured against third-party sources such as Amazon and the U.S. Department of Commerce with between 97% and 99% accuracy.”
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MacDailyNews Take: If Apple Watch is a “failure,” then more “failure,” please!
3 million units, in the U.S.-only, during the period of the most intense supply issues; and, now, Apple Watch is finally in Apple Retail Stores. Anyone who calls Apple Watch a “flop” is a fool or a liar.