The Apple Watch will be made available in the company’s high street stores in two weeks. The announcement was made by Apple as it revealed that the device would be going on sale in seven more countries, as supply finally catches up with demand.
In a statement revealing that all online orders made in May would be delivered within a fortnight, with the exception of one particular 42mm stainless steel option, Apple said: “At that time, we’ll also begin selling some models in our Apple Retail Stores.”
The Cupertino company has not revealed which models will be available to buy in–store, but it’s likely that only the most popular sport and stainless steel editions will be up for grabs.
Until now, punters have had to order their watch online and await delivery, despite being able to put the timepiece through its paces in–store as long as they made an appointment.
The announcement makes good on Apple CEO Tim Cook’s promise that the watch would be available in the company’s shops this month.
The Apple Watch is now also available in Italy, Mexico, Singapore, Taiwan, Spain, Switzerland and South Korea.