That’s the same day the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus will launch on all major carriers.
The Apple Watch came late to the smartwatch market but still managed to surpass the competition in terms of popularity and possibly sales as well. This is despite the watch being very limited in terms of availability, with only Apple stores and Best Buy offering consumers the option of buying the Apple Watch since its launch.
Now, it seems the Watch will be available through carrier Sprint. According to 9to5Mac, Sprint will start selling the smartwatch in its stores from September 25th, a date the site has learned about from an internal retail document. The carrier will offer both the 38 mm and 42 mm Sport and Stainless Steel variants, with pricing to start at $349.99 for the 38 mm Sport variant and going all the way up to $599.99 for the Stainless Steel 42 mm model. Apparently, Sprint will also be stocking a few third-party bands and accessories.
There’s no word on when other carriers will start selling the Apple Watch, though T-Mobile could join Sprint on September 25th if a recent tweet from the carrier’s outspoken CEO John Legere is taken into consideration. The Apple Watch is set to become more widely available outside the US and Canada, with a rumored launch in India before the month is over.