Is the Apple Watch the smartwatch for you? Are you willing to drop at least $350 for Apple’s first wearable? We’re sure many are asking that question and the good news is that according to a leaked document obtained by the folks at 9to5Mac, it has been revealed that customers can start booking their try-on appointments for the Apple Watch starting from the 10th of April.
Customers who are interested in checking out the watch for themselves can book 15 minutes sessions, although as stated by the document this isn’t necessary, but if you’d like to avoid waiting in line then we suppose booking ahead might be a good idea. The booking can be made from the Apple Store app and Apple store employees are expected to promote the app leading to the 10th.
The Apple Watch itself can be pre-ordered starting on the 10th of April as well and the wearable is expected to begin shipping to customers come 24th of April, so you’ve got a couple of weeks to try the device and see if maybe you’d like to make that plunge. We have heard how Apple store employees are also being trained to offer fashion advice to customers who are thinking about how the Apple Watch will match with their clothing and style.
In the meantime if you’d like to try the watch out for yourself, perhaps this augmented reality version might be a temporary solution.