SMART WATCH FORECAST: The Apple Watch May Lead Wrist-Worn Computers To Mass Market Status

Consumers will come to embrace smart watches because they will be relatively unobtrusive and allow them to do things that smartphones don’t.

The mass-market debut of smart watches is now a reality with Apple’s announcement today of “Apple Watch,” which features a user interface organised around the “digital crown,” a new take on the watch’s winding mechanism.

In BI Intelligence‘s proprietary forecast for the smart watch market, we provided a half-dozen charts and datasets illustrating the potential for smart watches within the wearable computing space, and mobile.

Here are the dynamics and numbers we see driving the emerging smart watch market:

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