Apple Watch sales likely to miss targets in 2016

Apple Watch fans started lining up before Apple store since it announced the Apple Watch. The device had recorded a good pre-order and finally when hit shelves the Apple Watch sales were truly admirable. The device is truly a big arrival in the smartwatch market with its amazing features and unique sensors. But after about a year of its official announcement the watch seems losing its great demand it has recorded initially. Analysts now see the demand of Apple Watch reducing gradually.

According to a fresh analysis of trends in the smartwatch market and response of users to Apple Watch shows these disappointing expectations. Our analyst says that Apple Watch’s expected demand ahead may drop to very low against the strong demand it meet at the start.

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The analysis show that the sale of Apple Watch in the second quarter of this year may not see any considerable decline as there has been a strong demand. The strong demand will enable Apple Watch to meet the forecasted sale of 5.5 million units which also may fall short for at least in second quarter. However, this is not seen to continue for any long and a drop is expected as soon the initially demand is covered.

This estimation is mainly based on the comparative reduction in demand seen during this period. According to our analyst the sale of Apple Watch during last two quarters this year fails to remain consistency and fall from 11m to 10.5m units. On the base of this variation the sale for upcoming duration is expected to fall less than the earlier expectations. Therefore again the 24 million sale expected for 2016 the Apple Watch is now expected to sale out just 24 million units in the market.

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This is really a big blow for Apple Watch which may move Apple to consider very aspects of its smart wear and the trends emerging in the smartwatch market. You can check this cool infograhpic revealing why Apple Watch is the only smartwatch that matters.

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