Less than a year of being available on the market, and already the Apple Watch has cornered over 50-percent of the smartwatch market for itself – according to new figures released by Juniper Research.
Apple is ready to open what will mark its twenty-ninth retail store in China, later this month.
Employees who work at Apple’s many retail locations throughout the U.S, and around the world, are receiving a special holiday gift from the company – this week.
Those who love a little retail therapy might want to get themselves over to the iOS App Store, where Apple has introduced a new dedicated category for all things Shopping.
Earlier this week a new report surfaced, drawing on data provided by Slice Intelligence, that claimed sales of Apple’s smartwatch had fallen a full 90-percent – since the product’s launch back in April.
It’s fair to say that not being able to actually purchase Apple’s latest products in-store, is a first for the company.
A decision that was initially credited to recently appointed retail chief, Angela Ahrendts, despite the long wait for those who didn’t manage to make the pre-order rush on April 10 to be able to go in-store and buy the smartwatch for themselves – a new report claims that the company will be adding a little more to each shopper’s buying experience for the Watch, when it eventually does go on sale.