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Will iWatch make success ?

Will iWatch become hit and make success.
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Although not a hit with consumers, smartwatches are at a fork in the road. They're either going to die out like 3D screens or they're going to (slowly) pick up. Now is the best time for Apple to strike, while smartwatches are here but not yet mainstream. If they wait too long, it could be a dead category. This kind of thing is always a risk, but if Apple is going to pull it off, now is definitely the time.

Apple entered the smartphone market when it was hot. If they attempt a smartwatch after the segment fails (if it does), it's going to be a lot tougher to reignite the market. Now is the time to prove that they have the winning product that everyone else is struggling to figure out. ..
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The iWatch has zero chance of being a failure in my opinion. I can't imagine it not having the features that will make it a success. Apple has taken the necessary time to be sure that what it releases will be polished. It will not have a Frankenstein, thrown together look. But we will have to just wait and see. It's made to be paired with the most successful line of smartphones that the world has ever seen. Built by the best and most successful tech company in the world. I expect greatness. And Apple will deliver. ..
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I think it'll sell decently, but it might flop. At best it'll plant seeds for the future like the apple newton which led to PDA's and ARM chips.
I don't think enough people want smart watches. ..
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It's super risky because no one might buy it. The same could have been said about everything apple has ever released. Right back to those computers Steve and Steve were designing in the garage. Remember back in those days only nerds and geeks used computers and it was something you were supposed to build yourself. That was part of the game. Here they were creating pre built systems and components, huge risk. Doubly huge since they dared to think that 'average people' could be brought into the computer era. ..
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