Apple will start promoting some models of the Apple Watch beginning in two weeks, according to a press release from the corporate, however unlike Apple’s earlier product launches, the watch has not been out there for buy in Apple’s retail stores. That will all change very quickly as Apple has relayed plans to start offering the watch at its physical retail locations beginning June 26th.
All orders for Apple Watch which were placed in May will ship to customers within the subsequent two weeks, too – apart from the 42mm Space Black Stainless Steel model, which has so far been the slowest to achieve pre-order customers. Apple may also start offering the watch for the first time in Mexico, Italy, Singapore, Spain, South Korea, Taiwan, and Switzerland. Lastly, the Apple Watch could have broader availability with Apple’s Approved Resellers that may begin carrying the device.
The Apple Watch begins at $349 USD for the 38mm model and can run as high as $17,000 for the ‘Apple Watch Edition’. Apple’s annual WWDC is set to take place next week and could offer some updates to the watch and other Apple products.