Apple Watch $100 Discount Offered On B&H, BestBuy

Apple Watch $100 Discount Offered On B&H, BestBuy
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Within a few weeks, all eyes will be on Apple’s new products at the March launch event. But the Cupertino firm gives a new reason for its fans to rejoice at the moment. A killer offer is on-going and you can now buy the Apple Watch Sport and Apple Watch models with $100 discount on them.


Best Buy and B&H Photo are offering the discounts, which applies to all the product variants. The 38mm Apple Watch Sports band is offered for $249, while 42mm Apple Watch Sports band is priced at $299. Other offers include a discount on the 42mm Milanese loop variant, which is now priced at $599. At the same time, the 42mm with black sport band is now available for $499. Visit the official websites of the retailers to learn more about the deals.

There has been lots of clamor surrounding the release of the next version of the Apple wearable with additional hardware features, casing changes, etc. However, it seems there won’t be an Apple Watch 2 anytime soon, but the recent discounts suggest that there could be another version of the Apple Watch with a few minor upgrades, states Tech Crunch.

In this context, Creative Strategies analyst Ben Bajarin comments, “As with the current edition of the Apple Watch, no one really saw that coming via supply chain so it is possible to not see it.” He adds that as of now, there is no sign of a new Apple Watch model, reports Tech Times.

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247Wallst reports that the smart wearable business is still small, which is evident from survey and analysis of International Data Corporation (IDC), which furnished total sales of wearables last year. It is recorded at 21.3 million sales with iOS garnering 61% market share. The endeavor is to attain a target sale of 88.3 million by 2019. However, it can be concluded that the wearable market is doing well reaping a modest profit share in the IT business.