apple_watchAs many are probably aware by now, the Apple Watch pre-orders have since slipped to June following the selling out of Apple’s initial pre-order inventory. No doubt that this is a pretty long wait and we’re sure that many customers can’t be too happy about it, but it looks like Apple is trying their best and are hoping to make these shipments arrive way ahead of their initial shipping estimates.

This is according to a recent post on the MacRumors forum in which one user claims to have been called back by Apple with regards to an email he had sent to Apple’s CEO Tim Cook. Basically the email expressed the user’s frustration at how the Apple Watch will not be available at launch in Apple’s stores, and how the site was giving the user a hard time when trying to place a pre-order, only to find that pre-order estimates had slipped to June.

Apple’s executive team had reportedly caught onto the email and had given him a call in which they said that there might be a chance the Apple Watch could arrive for customers ahead of the June estimates. “Further more, and perhaps most interesting, he said that June preorders will most likely ship sooner than June. Of course he didn’t make any promises, but that’s the reason Apple is announcing such an extended ship date after all – to avoid disappointment through false guarantees.”

Like the poster said, all of this could change and some of you guys could be lucky and receive the Apple Watch ahead of June, but in the meantime don’t get your hopes up just yet but we’ll definitely be keeping an eye on the situation and update you guys accordingly.

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