Apple has outlined the process through which you will be able to buy the Apple Watch of your choice, and ultimately become the proud owner of the Cupertino company’s newest product lineup.
There are two ways how you can go about the ordeal, as outlined by Apple’s new ‘How to buy Apple Watch’ section.
First and foremost, you can place a pre-order for the Apple Watch online on April 10 and get it shipped to your home. This method has its own pros and cons. For starters, you don’t have to scramble yourself to get in line to place your reservation, but the downside to the whole thing is; you won’t be able to get any hands-on time before you pre-order the Apple Watch.
Reserve For Pickup In Store
The second method outlined on Apple’s website suggests that users can simply choose their Apple Watch online, make a reservation, and pick it up directly from an Apple Store.
Keep one thing in mind; the shipping date is likely to be affected severely depending on the model of the Apple Watch you’re going for. And we would suggest that you place a reservation / pre-order at the earliest, so that you can grab the wearable on the 24th.
Pre-orders for the intelligent timepiece will begin at 12:01 AM Pacific Time on April 10. Those in the United States, Australia, United Kingdom, Canada, China, Germany, France, Japan and Hong Kong will be able to get in on the action via the comfort of their own home, or alternatively when an Apple retail outlet locally opens.