Customers Will Not Need an Appointment to Try on Apple Watch in Retail Stores ➝

Jordan Kahn, writing for 9 to 5 Mac:

Apple’s latest memo to retail employees, obtained by 9to5Mac, asks staff to prepare for several upcoming Apple Watch dates. Required final meetings and training will take place at the end of March, followed by online preorders on April 10, when the device will also arrive for “preview” in retail stores. In the memo, Apple confirms that appointments won’t be necessary to try on the device in stores, but they are recommended.

I’m not sure if I’ll be able to find the time to go to an Apple Store during the “preview” period, as I live over two hours away from my nearest Apple Store. But, I am excited to actually get my hands on one and try it out.

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