We will not get a clear breakdown of how well Apple Watches will sell tomorrow when the company publishes its latest quarterly results. However, UBS analysts do not know how well Apple's Signature Wearable will be sold (Narrator: "like hot cakes"), and they also risk forecasting Apple Watch's revenue growth next year.
Highlights: Apple will sell approximately 24 million watches this year, predicts UBS. Next year, the number of watches sold will increase by 40 percent annually. The number rises to 33 million.
To further boost that point, UBS predicts Apple Watch's growth to be around 5 percent higher than Apple's full-year revenue growth next year, the equivalent of Apple selling around 1
From 9to5Mac : "The analyst firm also believes that the price of the Apple Watch Series 4 has risen with The redesigned display is increasing AppleCare revenue, and if the clock costs more in advance, more people will
"Evidence Lab, a partnership with UBS, adds that consumer interest in the Apple Watch Series 4 in Japan and Hong Kong is" significantly higher "year over year" slightly higher "in the US France and the UK The report finds that availability has not improved significantly for the Apple Watch Series 4 since its inception, which has quickly resolved for the Apple Watch Series 3, which is a positive sign of demand. "
The UBS report suggests this now Apple has the chance to attract more watch fans in the future, as more than 50 percent of surveyed shoppers said they do not currently have a watch from Apple or another device manufacturer will buy. Apple could certainly try to win over these fans, provided that they are not eligible for a competitor's smartwatch if they decide to take the plunge and give in to the idea of wearables.
The quarterly data that Apple shares with performance data For tomorrow, we should also note that this is the first three-month reporting period that includes the Watch Series 4, which went on sale on September 21st. And although Apple does not talk about specific sales figures for watches, it will be interesting to see what the company has to say about the outlook for the upcoming holiday quarter.