A report commissioned by Adobe found that the average cost of a single ad click by a computer on the Apple Watch could be up to $10,000 per day.
Adobe estimates that each ad click costs $2,000 to $4,000 a day to produce and costs $1.25 billion a year to buy.
The report said the average ad cost per click is $8,000, while each click to an Apple Watch ad costs between $500 and $1,000.
Apple and Apple Watch users have been complaining about the ad click problems for weeks.
On Thursday, Apple CEO Tim Cook made an appearance on CNBC to talk about how the company was working to solve the problem.
The company is currently working on a fix, but it isn’t out until early 2019, Cook said.
Apple has been pushing Apple Watch ads as a way to encourage people to spend more on the watch and to make money off it.
The company has also been touting its new smartwatch technology, called WatchKit, as a revenue driver.
Advertisers who want to buy Apple Watch advertising have to pay a fee to the advertising network and must do so at least once a month, but advertisers can pay a minimum of $1 to $2 per month to buy ads.
Apple has also said that it will give users an automatic opt-in to see ads on the Watch, as long as they’re on a paid subscription.
In addition, users can choose to turn on a special ad-blocking setting for ads, which the company says will help prevent clicks from being “dislodged.”
Apple also recently started offering a new ad option on the iPad, which allows users to pay $3 to $5 a month to skip ads on apps and sites.
That is in addition to the $5 monthly fee for Apple Watch owners.