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  • Apple Watch Try-On Appointments Won't Begin Until April 10th

    As we are getting closer and closer to the launch of the Apple Watch, many assumed it was possible to make an appointment for the April 10th Apple Watch try-on session before the pre-order kickoff. However, 9to5Mac reported that this is not the case and consumers will have to actually wait until the 10th (which is the day of), in order to book appointments. We are sure many people are disappointed to hear this, as everyone is excited to test out and get their hands on the wearable device before it’s all sold out.

    Apple employees told 9to5Mac that this would give everyone ‘an equal opportunity’ to test out the highly anticipated smartwatch. Beginning April 10th, customers will be able to make appointments either through the Apple Store app or online. It was already noted from previous reports that appointments would be in 15-minute increments. Though appointments are not required to try on the device, we would definitely suggest doing so since we’re sure the stores will be jam packed that day.

    You’re the one calling the shots, but don’t say we didn’t warn you!

    Source: 9to5Mac
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Apple Watch Try-On Appointments Won't Begin Until April 10th started by Akshay Masand View original post