After Google made the first move yesterday, announcing the availability of Smart Watches running Android Wear, the world still waits to see what Apple has to offer.

Google have now also set a price range which people can expect to pay for these devices. The big question now is how much will Apple charge?

According to the results of a survey published by investment firm Piper Jaffray, 31% of the respondents would be willing to pay between $100 and $200 for the rumoured iWatch with only 15% willing to pay more than $300.

Infographic: Consumer Interest In iWatch Depends On Its Price | StatistaYou will find more statistics at Statista

35% of respondents indicated that they would not buy an iWatch regardless of the price. So the majority of people who would be interested in buying an iWatch would purchase one right at the point LG and Samsung have set so far. Traditionally Apple have charged a premium for their hardware so it seems unlikely we will see an iWatch at that price point. We’ll have to wait a little longer to find out how Apple approaches this one.