In the recent weeks, there have been reports that Apple won't be selling the Apple Watch to walk-in customers until the first wave of customer demand has passed - those who want to purchase the smartwatch will have to pre-order it online. Now, the company has revealed that orders will be online-only for a few weeks only.
"We expect this to continue through the month of May," said Apple’s retail chief Angela Ahrendts in a leaked memo, which was obtained by The Telegraph. This effectively means that the device will be available for in-store purchase in June.
However, Ahrendts also made it clear that the way Apple is handling the sales this time is exclusive to Apple Watch only. "Are we going to launch every product this way from now on? No," she said. "We all love those blockbuster Apple product launch days - and there will be many more to come."
If you aren't in the know, the Cupertino-based company has already opened up the pre-orders for the Apple Watch, and the device will start shipping on April 24.Via 1 | Via 2
i wonder how many of the people complaining have tried the apple watch never mind the alternatives. i have had a go on various products and i must say out of all of the the apple one is by far the most user friendly and practical. yes some ...
You are not forced to buy anyway
Apparently 2.3million people and counting. The game is changing. In other news, Halo is released on iOS. No plans for Android. http://www.geekwire.com/2015/surprise-microsoft-releases-halo-games-for-iphone-ipad/