That’s the analysis from Bambi Brannan on Apple’s highly anticipated iWatch.
Alright, so my prevailing wisdom and a few clever examples dictate that when it comes to Apple, smaller devices come with larger price tags.
If so, how could any bona fide, card-carrying, certified Apple Watcher™ think that Apple’s upcoming, long anticipated, already criticized and doomed iWatch would be anything but vastly more expensive than most watches, and certainly more expensive than the current crop of electronic gizmo gear from Samsung, et al?
Anyone hoping for an iWatch at $199 does not understand how Apple operates. Smaller means more expensive.