About two thirds of watches sold thus far have been the lower-priced Sport model. So far, fewer than 2000 gold Apple Watch Edition units have been sold in the United States, says Slice.
Apple has yet to reveal how the Apple Watch has been selling but perhaps we’ll get some data during Apple’s FY15 Third Quarter Results conference call on Tuesday, July 21st.
That is a sharp decline from the week of the April 10 launch, when Apple sold about 1.5 million watches, or an average of about 200,000 a day, Slice estimates.
Furthermore, two-thirds of the watches sold so far have been the lower-profit “Sport” version, whose price starts at $349, according to Slice, rather than the costlier and more advanced models that start at $549.
In an ambitious bid for the luxury market, Apple also unveiled a gold “Edition” model priced at $10,000 or more. So far, fewer than 2,000 of them have been sold in the U.S., Slice contends.