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Many naysayers thought that the Apple Watch was gimmicky, lacked functionality, and was late to the world of wearable technology.
However, these folks could not have foretold what the future would hold for the Apple Watch. And the numbers alone prove these cynics wrong: according to research firm Canalys, Apple has shipped a whopping 7 million units since its release in April.
But doesn’t 7 million seem like a small number? On the contrary, it’s a big deal, especially considering that these numbers come “in excess of all other vendors’ combined shipments over the previous five quarters,” according to Canalys.
But if Apple stays on top of its game, keeps the Apple Watch fresh (with new colors, bands, and OS features), and continues its lifestyle appeal, the Apple Watch should have no problem staying on top of the wearable tech market.
Plus, the holiday shopping season should only help to increase the device’s sales. As analyst Daniel Matte said to Digital Trends: “Apple managed to overcome its production struggles with the Apple Watch and is building momentum going into [the fourth quarter].”
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