Apple Watch Wins The Fashion

Despite the enthusiasm with the launch of Galaxy models Apple Watch S6 and S6 Edge, from Samsung, are racking up huge sales

It is probable that the Apple Watch end up not being the best selling of the unit that arrived in stores on Friday.

Despite the enthusiasm for the major release of Apple’s newest device, which is now available to be tested in stores and for anticipated orders online, the models Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge are accumulating huge sales discreetly, according to analysts ‘ estimates.

The new smartphones from Samsung Electronics, who left for sale on day 10 of April, made an estimated 20 million advance orders, according to a report in the Korea Times.

In addition, the paper reports that the Samsung send 10 million units faster than with any previous sports watch of the VaultedWatches.

The Galaxy S5 established the previous record with 25 days, two days faster than the immensely popular Galaxy S4. T-Mobile, the fourth-largest u.s. carrier, says its first sales of S6 “almost double” those of the S5. The latest models are getting rave reviews. (Sam Grobart, the Bloomberg Businessweek, describes them as “chic”).

Expectations

Samsung expects this to be the Galaxy’s history’s best-selling and most analysts agree.

The IBK Securities predicts that the Korean colossus of consumer electronics can send up to 55 million of S6 models. There are estimates of sales for Apple Watch everywhere, but no important analyst ventured the throb high sales like that for 2015.

The average estimates of five analysts consulted by Bloomberg is just under 14 million units for the fiscal year ended in September. Apple may have sold a million watches over the weekend, according to Cowen and analysis companies Slice Intelligence.

As both products have arrived in stores on the same day, Apple Watch and the Galaxy S6 are competing head to head for a portion of the favorable opinion of the people and for your disposable income. Most Americans won’t spend your tax refund in two expensive equipment you don’t need.

To obtain a measure of the degree of interest which are leading products in people, data from Google searches show a considerable leadership in the most important moment Galaxy S6 – right now, when people go to stores or seek online to make a purchase decision.

Unequal markets

However, smart watches and smartphones are not the same things. The global market for smartphones could achieve 28,100,000 units this year and Apple would represent more than half of those sales, according to research firm Strategy Analytics. The anticipated start of Samsung with their watches Gear didn’t help much to combat Apple Watch.

Meanwhile, the participation of Apple in smartphones is about 15%, according to research firm IDC. But considering that the market was of 1.3 billion units last year, 15% doesn’t look so bad. Last year, the iPhone and the iPhone 6 Plus 6 reached the coveted mark of 10 million units sold in a single weekend.
Therefore, although it is possible that the Samsung wins the battle of appliances for sale in April, it is unlikely that your Galaxy S6 overthrows the iPhone 6. If the impressive end-of-year quarter from Apple was not proof enough (74,500,000 from iPhone sales), check out the data from Google.

  1. The Apple clock

Sao Paulo–the Apple Watch hits the stores on the day April 24 in the United States and eight other countries (but not in Brazil). If the expectation of the market is confirmed, will be a sales success. Analysts predict that up to 30 million of units can be sold this year. Is ten times the total of smart watches sold so far. But that doesn’t mean you should rush to cast off your Watch. See six reasons to buy the Apple clock and six not to buy it.

  1. Buy: Smartphone in your Pocket

A recent study found that smartphone users look to the device screen 220 times per day, on average. Other research indicates that half of people’s interactions with the cell involve notifications, queries the clock or calendar, pictures, tanned on Facebook and short messages. Are things that would fit on the small screen of a watch. So, instead of just taking the phone out of your Pocket (or purse), is more practical look at the wrist to check these things.

3. Buy: it’s easy to use

The graphical interface has been developed for use in Apple Watch watch.Instead of the grid of square icons seen in the iPhone, there are circular icons that can be moved on the screen. They get larger near the Center so that it is easier to touch them with your finger. The Crown of the watch and the lateral button complement the touch screen. People who experienced the Watch say the Assembly is convenient and very easy to use.

4. Buy: Apps for everything

When Apple started selling Apple Watch, on 24 April, the App Store will make a section with specific apps to the clock. They will run on the iPhone, but with an extension in the Watch-so that the user can interact with them on the small screen. As happened with PCs, tablets and smartphones, we can expect a flood of new applications that will add more and more functions to Watch. Among the companies that have created apps for the clock are Nike, CNN, Twitter, Ebay, New York Times, ESPN, American Airlines and many others.

5. Buy: wrist coach

It is true that a monitoring bracelet activities can count your steps and register their physical exercises. But the Apple Watch does much more. He can send you move when you’re stopped for a long time, for example. He also measures your heart rate to help you stay within the ideal frequency during practice. In a race, walk or pedal stroke, the Watch can tell you to speed up or reduce the pace. Can also indicate the way, something that the bracelets are not exercises.

6. Buy: many watches in a

Apple Watch user you will be able to choose among dozens of dials. There are classic designs that mimic since mechanical watches up to one in which Mickey Mouse points the hours while the balance walk in the rhythm of the seconds. In many of these faces, the user can choose the colors and the information on the screen. In addition, as happens in smartphones, the clock will be synchronized via the internet. And he’s going to automatically adjust the start and end of daylight saving time.

7. Buy: complications

Some dials of Apple Watch exhibit, beyond time, additional information such as weather, moon phases and even stock quotes. Apple calls these extra indicators of complications, a term borrowed from the traditional watch industry. Can offer quickly information that you search frequently.

8. Maybe: Apple Pay

One of the attractions of the Apple Watch is to allow payments via Apple Pay. The Watch includes a wireless NFC, for short. Simply bring you a payment terminal to close the account (this can also be done with the iPhone 6 Plus 6 or, as in this photo). But for now, Apple’s payment service is only available in the United States.He’s likely to get to Brazil someday, but until then, maybe your Apple Watch has already been retired.

9. Don’t buy: is the first generation

Who remembers the first iPhone? He had no connection 3 g nor GPS, features that Apple has incorporated to the iPhone 3 g, released a year later. Already the iPad didn’t have cameras in your first generation. They debuted on the iPad 2. In both cases, who bought the original model may have been frustrated after. It is likely that this also happens with the Apple Watch. Digital devices tend to be much better by the second or third generation, when the practical use has shown to the manufacturer what needed to be added or corrected them.

10. Don’t buy: For he serves?

The Apple Watch is not capable of running applications independently. He just lets you interact with apps installed on the iPhone, which should be connected to it via Bluetooth. In addition, the small screen of the watch may be too small to see maps, read long texts or photos, for example. Thus, in many situations, the Watch will serve primarily to remind you to take your iPhone out of your pocket.

11. Don’t buy: it’s not a Rolex

For many people, the clock is a status symbol. Who has a luxury model on the wrist will hardly feel satisfied with the Apple Watch – even if it’s that coated in gold and sold for up to 17000 dollars in the United States. The small screen of liquid crystal denounces as soon as it is not a real clock.

12. Don’t buy: short life

Unlike a traditional clock, which can last long, the Apple Watch will likely have lifespan of a few years. The watch will evolve quickly, which should make the current outdated model in a short time. A future breakthrough that Apple already anticipated is that at some point he will be able to run applications independently, something which is not possible in this first generation.

13. Don’t buy: iPhone Only 5 or newer

As we said, the Apple Watch only works when connected to a fully iPhone via Bluetooth. The detail is that it must be an iPhone 5 or newer. That leaves out those who have an older model of the iPhone. And, of course, if you have another brand smartphone can forget the Apple Watch.

14. Don’t buy: there’s another option

Your smartphone already does almost everything the Apple Watch can do. You can count your steps, indicate the path and make phone calls, in addition to offering many other forms of communication. Want to record your exercise? You can do this with a monitoring bracelet activities (such as the Jawbone Up in this photo). It costs less than half of what it costs a Apple Watch of the simplest. In addition, the bracelet is more lightweight and unobtrusive to the clock.

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