Apple Watch order numbers have been up and the Apple Watch’s worldwide sales have surged to a record 1.1 million units, Apple said on Tuesday.
The Apple Watch has become the second-most-popular watch globally in just a year, beating the Samsung Gear S3 in September.
In September, Apple sold more than 11 million Apple Watches globally, compared to 9.2 million in September last year.
The new Apple Watch is priced at $299.99 in the US, and Apple Watch Sport, the latest model, is $349.99.
Sales figures from global retailers include Australia, Austria, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and United Kingdom.
Apple has previously said it sold more Apple Watchers than Samsung Galaxy Gear and Samsung Gear Live in the last 12 months.
As Apple Watch sales continue to surge, Apple has said it will roll out more wearable accessories, including its own smart watch, Apple Watch Series 3.
A few weeks ago, Apple also launched the iPhone XS, the second iPhone to ship with wireless charging capabilities.
On Tuesday, the company said it was adding an extra $100 to the Apple Pay smartphone payment fee, which will apply to new iPhone X buyers who have signed up for a new Apple Pay card by the end of this month.
It’s unclear if the iPhone 9s will receive the new iPhone-branded Apple Pay, but Apple’s other iPhone, the iPhone 8s, has been on sale in select stores.
While many retailers were already offering discounts on Apple Watch models, the new price was the first Apple Watch price to reach the $100 mark, making it a significant price increase for consumers.