When the Apple Watch first made a debut, it was so exclusive that if you wanted to try on the device, you’d have to set an appointment just to be able to try on the device. To help with this, there were a few developments on how you could virtually try on the Apple Watch using an Augmented Reality tool called AR Watch. Unfortunately, there still is no comparing to how an actual watch feels like on the wrist.
Now that the debut date of the Apple Watch has long passed, Apple has decided to make the watch available to try out the watch at a local Apple Store. The report, originally released by MacRumors, says that since the availability of both the Apple Watch device and its bands have improved, Apple has now invited prospected buyers to visit a nearby Apple Store and try out the watch for themselves. With this new development, interested Apple Watch owners no longer have to set an appointment just so they can try on the device and see how good it is.
Apart from the rumor, Apple Stores have already started offering workshops related to the Apple Watch. As stated on their website: “Attend a workshop and we’ll show you how to get started with notifications, Glances and more.” The message adds “Or just walk in to try Apple Watch on.”
If you’re a busy individual and want to ensure that you get enough time to test out the device, you can still make an appointment with an Apple Store as these are still accepted. In-store sales of the Apple Watch is expected to kick off on June 26 once it becomes available to an additional seven countries.
If you’re thinking of getting an Apple Watch, now may be the best time to visit a nearby Apple Store to test one out.