Revenue From Apple’s Wearables Saw A Growth Of 60%
Apple has dependably been somewhat modest with regards to reporting what number of Apple Watches that they've sold. On the off chance that you were trusting that this will change at any point in the near future, you should need to reexamine that on the grounds that in Apple's most recent financials (by means of 9to5Mac), the organization has not given any insights about what number of units that they've sold.


Anyway they announced that the income that they've figured out how to make from wearables like the Apple Watch has seen a 60% development year-over-year, which when you include the last four quarters brings about income that has surpassed $10 billion. This is as indicated by Luca Maestri, Apple's CFO who affirmed the figures when he addressed the Financial Times (paywall).

As per Maestri who appeared to be especially pleased with this achievement, "This is an item class that basically didn't exist three years back." Given that the Apple Watch was initially propelled 3 years prior, for Apple to make $10 billion just from the wearable alone is in fact a significant achievement and something to be glad about. 

It is hazy why Apple is as yet keeping down on revealing what number of units they've really sold, yet late figures from outsider research firms have demonstrated that Apple sent 3.5 million units in Q2 2018, and that an expected 46 million units have been sold to date.

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