By now, most people know that the Apple Watch costs a lot, even when you think you’re getting a bargain.
But what’s really not known is just how much Apple Watch prices will actually increase when the company goes on sale in January.
The price of the device has already increased by $100 in the past month alone, according to data provided by DigiTimes.
That price hike comes from a new, revised, “smartwatch” model called the Apple TV, which costs $199 for the base model, or $300 for the Apple Sport model.
As of December 31, the new version of the AppleWatch had a price tag of $249, and it also has a new “digital hub” that allows users to connect their Apple Watch to their smart devices and sync data.
DigiTime’s data shows the AppleTV, which is now $299, will cost $399 when it goes on the market on January 13.
The company expects that the price hike will be minimal, at $299 for the initial release and $399 for the version after that.
The new AppleTV model comes with the same software features as the Apple watch, such as Apple Pay, but Apple Watch Sport models are also $100 cheaper than the Apple watches.
The prices of the new models are not yet known, but they could go as high as $1,399, or as low as $399.
It is unclear how many people will buy the new Apple Watch when it hits stores in January, but DigiTimers suggests that it could be a very small minority.
Digitimes report does not specify the price of Apple Watch, but it is estimated to be between $199 and $299.
The $100 price hike is likely to be less than the $100 the new model has raised for some time now.
But if you’re not happy with the $199 Apple Watch yet, you can still buy the Apple television and its smart hub for $350.
Digipoints’ data suggests that the $350 price is a bit too steep for many people, and a new version with an even better screen and processor will likely be released in the near future.