Call it Newton’s third law of Apple analysts: For every extreme reaction one way, there is an equally extreme reaction the other.
In this case, what that means is that while some doomsayers are happy to write off the Apple Watch as the worst thing Apple has done since
building its own smartphone, taking on the music industry with iTunes, [insert actual bad decision], others go in totally the opposite direction and predict a landslide victory in Apple’s favor.
Trip Chowdhry of Global Equities Research falls somewhat into the latter category. His prediction? That the Apple Watch will have 100,000 apps ready to go when it launches in April, and that 42 million units will have sold by the end of December.