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Apple will Earn 20 Million From its New Watch

Updated on February 18, 2015

Apple is one the biggest giant in the world of technology and now they are expanding their territory in the world of technology.

You will have heard a lot about apples new watch that is the new product of the apple company. Reports in the market say that this watch is going to earn the whooping 20 million from the sales around the world. This is just the estimate and the actual figures will be more than this.

Lot of companies had previously launched the smart watch and they were all successful in selling their products and this gave the apple the courage and idea to launch their own smart watch to earn the best from their products.

This week the LG has also announced its new watch that is called the Watch Urbane and this watch will be released this year and probably close to the December.

There is lot of debate among the researchers that how much the apple is going to make from the selling of its watches and you will find the lot of contradiction among the analysts.

Some say that apple will sell 5 to 6 million while some say that it will sell close to 10 million. This thing is baseless because what matters is that how the people are going to react to this product.

This will not be the apples winner even this watch is sold over 20 million times because apples winner is the I phone who is sold for 100 million but this will bring new energy into the apples products and this will also increase its portfolio.

Now I will discuss some of the features of the watch


All of the apples new watches have this technology and you will love the modifications that apple has bought into them.


All designs of the smart watches have the compass technology.


Global Positioning System is need of the hour and is present in all the designs of the apples smart watches.

1 Day Average Battery Life:

All the designs of the apples smart watch have an average life of about 1 day which is very good as compared to the other smart watches that are recently launched.

Heart Rate Monitor:

Heart Rate Monitor:

This is very interesting technology for the heart patients as this will help you to monitor your heart rate. This will be lot helpful to the patients of the heart and other patients who require intensive monitoring.

IOS 8 Platform:

All the watches will have the state of the art new IOS 8 platform that will give you the user interface that you want for your smart watch.

Remote Features:

All the designs of the smart watches have the remote feature technology that will allow you to connect to your watch when it is away from you via the internet access and you can also connect to your home or office pc via this watch using the remote access feature of your PC.

Reasonable Price:

You can buy this watch for the $349 and this is very reasonable price when we are going to compare it to the other smart watches that are currently in the market. Analysts say that this is very low price and apple is going to give it a boost when more people will be interest in it.


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