The Apple Watch is now one month away from being released and Apple Store Retail employees are finishing up training for the wearable device. Apple employees started the smartwatch training many weeks ago, and rumors are going around claiming they will be demoing the device soon. More specifically, staff members will be showing off how the watch works and what they have learned about the device. MacRumors reported that special meetings will be taking place next week in retail stores so that staff members can play around with new gadget.

It was noted that Apple employees “will be the first to see Apple Watch, the first to try it on and the first to share it with the world." This is definitely the case because staff members will need to help consumers understand the device and how it works when stores start showing them. Apparently, the Apple Store will be transformed overnight on April 9th, then on April 10th the company will be starting their try-on and pre-order period. For consumers interested in seeing the Apple Watch, the Cupertino-based company will be having one on one 15-minute appointment times.

Employees will be showing consumers everything about the Apple Watch and all the different versions, including the most expensive Apple Watch Edition. Finally, customers will be able to pick up their new gadget on April 24th.

Source: MacRumors