As we get closer to the pre-order date for the Apple Watch, more details emerge on all the different policies that Apple will apply in order to get as many people as possible to test its new wearable. We’ve already learned that Apple has given second thoughts to requiring appointments from users, which is good news, but don’t think that’s all there is to it.

Apple Store sources claim that employees continue to be trained on the Apple Watch and how to sell it, and among some of the policies recently discovered, there will be a time limit for users to give the Apple Watch a try. The source claims that there will be special demo areas at Apple Stores, with as many as 10 different try-out stations per table. The amount of tables per store will depend on demand, but to keep things flowing, Apple will enforce a 15 minute guided tour of the Apple Watch.

Those who give the device a try during the pre-order period will be given the opportunity to reserve one for launch date on April 24th. We’ll keep you posted as more details emerge con the Apple Watch sales process.

Source: 9to5Mac

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