I would say definitely not. Using LQMT only makes sense when the part requires machining that would result in a part unit cost around $100. A smart watch housing doesn't need extremely complex machining, and AAPL won't choose LQMT for a watch housing, especially when they've mastered aluminum finishing.
I think I understand that LQMT would make some money on Apple by way of the costs of the material itself? How do you understand this? (I'm not as hung up on whether or not Apple uses LM in their products as many board members here seem to be, of course for PR / public exposure it would be great.. For me it is the pct of those 28 (?) prototypes that eventually become real products / revenue streams that I'm going to be very very interested in. I dipped a toe in at 0.18 but will double down at