According to poll, in an estimated 7% of adults stated that they planned to give the Watch this holiday season as a gift.
In which, based on U.S. Census projections, it is translated to sales which is up to over 16 million watches over the holidays.
As stated by Ives, Apple would beat Wall Street’s 2015 sales forecasts wherein he expected it will be generally range from 10 to 12 million watches worldwide.
In addition, Previous Reuters/Ipsos polls have revealed that 6% of U.S. adults are planning to buy the watch, having men about twice as likely as those of women. 6% of respondents of the latest poll claimed they already had it.
Ipsos polled between Oct. 21 to Dec. 4 about the watch in which over 15,595 adults were involved online.
50% were then asked Apple Watch owners about their main use or purpose,
“It suggests users are not really clear on what (the watch) is for and what it’s supposed to do.”
provided by O’Donnel, a TECHnalysis Research analyst.
As for a fellow owner named Joe Aniceto, 29, had been recommending his watch over his friends. For more, he plans on giving one or two over the coming holidays. As he stated,
“It’s definitely not a stocking stuffer.”
“That’s for sure.”