Apple Watch expanding to other countries and retail soon

Even though many sources claim that the Apple Watch is a success in sales, we still don’t have solid information to back that up. What we do know is that Cupertino has struggled to meet consumer demand for the watch, so much so that people that ordered it on preorder date are still waiting for their unit. Apple has decided to give users an official statement on the matter, and today we learn more.

Apple has just confirmed that the Apple Watch will all orders placed through May should reach customers within the next two weeks. The only exception to this is the Apple Watch 42 mm Space Black Stainless Steel with Space Black Link Bracelet. Apple also confirms that it’ll begin selling select Apple Watch models in its retail stores in that same timeframe, and we can also expect some of its partners to feature the wearable as well.

We also notic that the Apple Watch will reach more countries as of June 26. Italy, Mexico, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland and Taiwan will be the frist on the list, and with options to acquire the wearable from Apple’s online store, retail stores and selected resellers. These resellers include 10 Corso Como in Milan, Boontheshop Cheongdam in Seoul and Malmaison by The Hour Glass in Singapore.

Apple will most likely share more details on sales during its keynote at WWDC 2015, and we’ll be covering it live.

Source: Apple

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