The Apple Watch officially goes on sale April 24, but pre-orders and try-on sessions start Friday, April 10. But buying an Apple Watch will be a little different than getting a new iPhone or iPad. Here’s what you need to know:
When, exactly, can I place an order?
Apple will begin accepting pre-orders on April 10 at 12:01 a.m. PDT. Customers can reserve a watch on Apple’s online store or through its dedicated app. The boldest shoppers can have the watch shipped, sight unseen, directly to their address.
What if I’m not sure about the design and the feel?
Then it’s better to reserve a fitting session. Apple Watches will be available for “preview” fittings on April 10. To manage lines, Apple is launching a new, online reservation system where customers can schedule a five- to 15-minute appointment at the display case. Just pick a watch case and band…
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