Apple is launching their iPhone 6S and 6S Plus smartphones this Friday, we also heard previously that the company would also launch their Apple Watch in more countries on the same day.
Now it would appear that the Apple Watch will be made available in Ireland, Austria and Denmark from Friday the 25th of September.
Apple has recently expanded their Apple Watch to a range of stores in a number of countries, the device is now available from John Lewis in the UK and also from more Best Buy stores in the US.
The company has yet to reveal any details on how many units of their new smartwatch they have sold, although they did mention previously that it was more popular than the launch of the original iPhone and iPad.
Apple is expected to continue to roll out their Apple Watch to more countries over the next few months, as soon as we get some more information on where the device is headed to next, we will let you guys know.
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