Apple stores are set to offer dedicated 'Apple Watch Basics' workshops from April 24th to teach buyers how to use the smartwatch.
Those who’ve already pre–ordered the Apple Watch are now able to schedule an appointment via Apple’s official concierge website.
Only select stores appear to be offering the classes, however.
Those who have not received their device by the 24th, which is the day the phone officially hits retail, will still be able to get a walkthrough from Apple staff.
The workshops are set to take place every 90 minutes every day, including weekends.
Apple last week appeared keen to play down the official launch date after it made clear that no watches would be available to punters who queued up this coming Friday.
Pre-orders went live on April 10th, with some analysts claiming Apple sold 2.3 million units over its opening weekend.
Cupertino is yet to confirm whether those estimates are close to the mark.
This weekend saw Apple’s Jony Ive reveal a string of new Apple Watch Sport band options at a Milan Design Week event.