A week after Apple started taking preorders for the Apple Watch, sales are still going strong. KGI Analyst Ming Chi Kuo estimates that preorders will exceed 2.3 million, with 85% of purchases going to the Sport line. Despite current manufacturing difficulties with the haptic motor and AMOLED displays, Ming-Chi expects Apple Watch output to reach 2 to 3 million units per month by June. He believes Apple will sell 15 to 20 million watches in 2015. A Reuters poll last week found that about 6% of American adults plan to purchase the Apple Watch, which would equate to about 15 million sales.
With such high demand and limited production capacity, Angela Ahrendts wrote a memo to company employees saying that the Apple Watch will not likely be available for walk-in purchase at Apple's brick-and-mortar locations until June at