The Apple Watch will hit the company’s high street stores on April 10th, with users offered the chance to book slots for 15-minute ‘try–on’ appointments.
That’s the word from sources speaking with 9to5mac, who claim that Apple Stores will have dedicated stations where would-be buyers can quiz Apple staff about the benefits of buying the wearable.
Each shop will have at least one table with a minimum of ten devices to check out. There should be more in larger stores, especially in Apple’s major London outlets.
Apple is even planning on having a special set of staff just to deal with enquiries about the high-end Apple Watch Edition models, which cost more than £8,000, depending on the model chosen.
Those who try and decide to buy will be able to reserve a model for collection on its official street date of April 24th. That doesn’t mean there won’t be watches up for grabs for those who queue on that date, however.
The Apple Watch starts at £299 for the sport edition.
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