International trade and investment are becoming increasingly important for tech companies, as their products are used in hundreds of thousands of daily transactions worldwide.
The company recently announced that it will be selling an Apple watch for $1,000.
While the watch is not technically an Apple product, the $2 million price tag may be enough to convince some investors to make the move.
The first batch of the Apple Watch, which comes in black and white and is priced at $1.9 million, is already available for preorder from the Apple Store in the U.S. for $299.99.
This price is $150 cheaper than the starting price of the watch, which is $999.99 for a model starting at $199.99 and up to $3,499.99, according to a report from MacRumors.
Apple will begin shipping the watch on November 18.
The $2.399 price tag is significantly lower than other Apple Watches, including the $1 million model, which was sold in October 2016 for $3.99 million.
The $1 billion model, also known as the $3 million model and sold in June 2017, is still available for $999 for a new model.
Apple’s new watch, however, is significantly less expensive than the more expensive model.
It will only cost $299, but you will be able to get it for as little as $1 with the exception of shipping and taxes, according a source familiar with the matter.