For many, the Apple Watch sold out too early to even allow them to think twice about it. Apple’s odd strategy to not sell the Apple Watch on its own stores tomorrow has generated significant controversy, as online stores are not offering shipping times earlier than June. Still, there were some lucky enough to land a timely order for launch date, and some good news have begun to arrive today.

Apple has already begun to send shipment alerts to those who were lucky enough to order an Apple Watch on time. As of today, the status for these products appears as “shipped,” for the US or “dispatched” for international users, and this allows customers to track the status of the shipments as they arrive sometime tomorrow. Sadly Apple Stores might not see any Apple Watch stock until June, with the only exceptions being certain fashion boutiques like Dover Street Market in Tokyo and London, Maxfield in Los Angeles, Collette in Paris, the Corner in Berlin and Corso Como in Milan (though Milan availability is still in doubt).

Let us know if your Apple Watch arrives on time tomorrow in the comments down bellow.


Via: 9to5Mac

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