Analysts estimate that Apple's preorders hovered around that milestone figure in the device's first weekend of availability.
It's the most anticipated new product from the world's largest tech company. But will the wearable be as successful as the iPhone or the iPad? The debate begins.
Demand is expected to be high for the wearable, which can only be purchased through a reservation system.
Apple has acknowledged that supplies will be tight at first, and it will be limiting preorders to online customers.
The Compute Stick is not designed to be a desktop or laptop replacement, but rather an alternative for people who want to do some quick computing.
The waterproof 5-inch handset is expected to cost around $600 and is equipped with a 21-megapixel camera and up to 256GB of expandable storage.
It's never too soon to luxuriate in a blinged-out version of 2015's hottest smartwatch. A jewelry company is already putting dibs on a diamond Apple Watch.
Mom-and-pop shops can accept next-gen credit cards early next year -- and avoid the cost of credit card fraud.
The iPhone numbers in South Korea top the preorders seen for Samsung's Galaxy Note 4 over a similar period, says the Wall Street Journal.
Customers can now order the iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3 tablets, which will be released next week.