Are you really surprised Apple Watch sales have collapsed?

Jonny Evans

Watching Apple since 1999. I don't say what they should do. I say what they might do. They sometimes do.

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  1. C. Howitt Fielz says:

    It’s always fun for pundits to call the sales death of some Apple product but I’m not exactly sure why. I don’t see what is being gained by doing something like that. For one thing, most of the pundits swore AppleWatch was a product no one wanted and therefore a huge failure, anyway. If sales were that poor then a 55% AppleWatch sales crash wouldn’t have made much of an impact on Apple. An AppleWatch cost a lot more than the average fitness watch like a Fitbit, so why is there always so much of a comparison of the AppleWatch sales to cheaper fitness watches. Smartwatches have a long way to go for the mainstream public to be interested in them. Smartwatch sales are going to remain relatively low for a long time to come. The main thing I don’t like about smartwatches is how they have to be charged so often. I’d been used to wearing watches like the Casio Solar that never needs to be charged or my Garmin Vivofit which only needs the battery to be replaced every year or so.

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