Only 15-minutes will be allotted to anyone wishing to try out the Apple Watch.
Apple is gearing up to release its first smartwatch, the Apple Watch, on April 24th. Before it releases the smartwatch the company will have to make several changes to the shopping experience at its retail stores because for the first time in years the stores are welcoming a completely new product that Apple has never offered before.
The company is going to allow people to head into an Apple Store and try on an Apple Watch starting April 10th, that’s when the pre-orders for this device open. Customers will not be required to make an appointment before they go in to play with an Apple Watch though store staff will encourage that customers do make an appointment. Walk-in customers will be entertained just the same however they will first have to wait for people who have made appointments to get their turn.
According to reports store employees will provide customers a guided hands-on Apple Watch experience that will be time-limited to just 15 minutes. After that customers will have to had the device back. They will have the opportunity to place an order for a unit during their demonstration which they can then pick up once Apple releases the smartwatch on April 24th.