Apple’s iWatch may command a premium price tag over other smartwatches when it arrives, says an analyst at Morgan Stanley. Putting the price tag at $300, it’s suggested that Apple’s wearable will offer “more sensors and better form factor and aesthetics” than other brands. Apple is not averse to bringing devices to market that aren’t necessarily revolutionary, but done very well. The iPod was not the first MP3 player nor were the iPhone and iPad first in their respective markets. That’s not stopping them, however, from being top selling products.
via: Business Insider