Click to Skip Ad
Closing in...
  1. Amazon Home Upgrades
    08:06 Deals

    5 home upgrades under $25 that Amazon shoppers are totally obsessed with

  2. Best Electric Lawn Mower 2021
    12:58 Deals

    The best Greenworks electric lawn mower is down to an all-time low price at Amazon

  3. Best Windows 10 Laptop Deals
    10:32 Deals

    Amazon’s best Windows 10 laptop deals in August start at just $199

  4. Wireless CarPlay Adapter
    08:41 Deals

    Finally! CarlinKit 2.0 on Amazon converts your car’s regular CarPlay to wireless Car…

  5. Instant Pot Pro Price
    11:44 Deals

    Instant Pot Pro in the sleek black color just got a huge discount at Amazon

Apple Watch launch plans and pricing revealed in new WSJ report

February 17th, 2015 at 12:25 PM
Apple Watch Sport vs. Edition Launch

In addition to revealing details about the Watch Apple wanted to make but couldn’t due to current technical limitations, The Wall Street Journal also reported details about the company’s Apple Watch sales plans and pricing for this exciting new product.

FROM EARLIER: Upcoming Apple Watch isn’t exactly the wearable Apple wanted to launch

According to the publication, Apple is preparing a five million to six million-unit production run for the first quarter of the year ahead of the Apple Watch’s April launch. Half of those units will be entry-level $349 Apple Watch Sport models. The mid-tier version of the gadget is expected to account for one-third of the initial orders, and the more expensive Apple Watch Edition is expected to be available in smaller numbers during launch.

However, the 18-karat gold model, which could retail for more than $4,000. That’s also more than what a Mac Pro computer costs, making it the company’s most expensive product ever.

Apple apparently plans to make more than one million Apple Watch Edition units per month in the second quarter of the year.

The Journal points out that Apple is quick to change production plans, adjusting to actual demand if initial estimates aren’t accurate. In fact, the company adjusts its “plan of record” more often and more quickly than any other consumer-electronics company, suppliers told the publication.

Chris Smith started writing about gadgets as a hobby, and before he knew it he was sharing his views on tech stuff with readers around the world. Whenever he's not writing about gadgets he miserably fails to stay away from them, although he desperately tries. But that's not necessarily a bad thing.

Popular News