The Apple Watch is going to finally hit the shelves in April this year and many talks are in place to anticipate the coming of the first smartwatch from the iPhone maker.
Steve Wozniak, co-founder of retired engineer at Apple, says that the wearable is going to be an instant hit earlier this week. Steve isn’t out alone in the cold with his thoughts. Analysts at JP Morgan believe Apple will sell as many as over 25 million Watches before the end of this year.
Information reaching us from World Street Journal reveals that Cupertino has ordered 6 million units of the wearable from suppliers. This order will make sure early demand was attended to and afterwards, Apple can go back to the drawing board to ascertain how many millions or perhaps thousands of units they will need for the next wave of supply.
The lowest price of an Apple Watch is going to start at $350 and several companies have already started making reservations for these devices regardless of how much they cost. Meanwhile, Apple is taking developers on a knowledge tour at their Cupertino HQ in order to learn skills in developing Apple Watch apps.