When we asked analysts last September to estimate how many Apple Watches the company would sell in calendar 2015, the average was 22.6 million. That figure included one estimate — Katy Huberty’s 60 million (!) bull case scenario — that she hasn’t mentioned since.
We surveyed our analysts again today, seven days before Apple’s Spring Forward event, and got nearly the same average — 22.47 million — even without Huberty’s bull case. We didn’t ask for an average selling price, but among those who offered one, the mean ASP was $416.
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If there’s enough Watch news next Monday to move the needle, we’ll try this again.
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