According to a recent report, 16 percent of U.S. adults now own a smartwatch, which is up from 12 percent in December of 2017. Interest from the younger 18-34 age demographic is said to be responsible for the overall growth in the smartwatch market, but NPD analysts expect the Apple Watch will continue to entice older consumers thanks to health features like Fall Detection and ECG and greater control over home automation.
Apple Watch (iWatch) is the clear market leader in the U.S. smartwatch market according to many studies, up 51% during the 12 months leading up to November 2018. Just like iPhones, customers will want to individualize themselves, stand out from the crowd with Apple Watchbands and covers/accessories. A large inventory, including leather, ceramic, metal, etc., and discounted prices can be found at our store.
We expect sales to continue to take off as the technology gets better. Tim Cook, CEO of Apple has recently said the company's wearable revenue was being driven by the amazing recent popularity of Apple Watch (iWatch) and AirPods, and that category alone was approaching the size of a Fortune 200 company.