The much-anticipated Apple Watch has been officially released, but consumers may want to see a larger screen on the device before sales really take off, according to one expert.
"...You've got to remember, the whole reason this new iPhone has done well is [that it has] a bigger screen. So now we're going to a smaller screen? It doesn't make the most sense," said Patriarch Equity CEO Eric Schiffer in an interview on Friday with CNBC's Tech Bet.
"There are a lot of question marks as to whether this is going to be a long-term seller. It's a wait and see," Schiffer said.