Yesterday, Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) finally had its day in the sun and unveiled its new smart watch for the second time. The whole event went off without a hitch and was very Apple-esque in all the different presentations. The only item that caught my eye was the Macbook, which is a new design and is like a work of art thanks in large part to Sir Jony Ive, Apple's chief design guru. While many of the products shown at the event received polite applause, Apple's stock elicited a big yawn, as many of the features had been seen earlier. Another kicker was if you want to get a smart watch, you're going to have to wait for at least another six weeks.
Yesterday, we ran a poll that showed only 14% of the people who responded would consider buying an Apple watch, and that was before prices were announced. My best guess is Apple's going to sell a lot of watches, but not the 14 million they think they are going to sell in the first year.
Looking at how Apple's stock acted to yesterday's presentation by Tim Cook, I would have to say that the market was somewhat underwhelmed.
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