It looks like Apple is making room for its new Apple Watch in its retail stores as the company has apparently removed a number of rival devices from their stores.
According to a recent report from re/code who have performed checks on a number of Apple retail stores in New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Palo Alto, Apple have removed rival devices from their stores.
Apple has apparent,y removed the Jawbone Up, and the Nike+ FuelBand from a number of its retail stores and also some other devices, in order to make room for the company’s new Apple Watch.
The company is obviously looking to focus consumers attention on their new Apple Watch when they are looking to purchase a fitness tracker. The Apple Watch will go on sale on the 24th of April and Apple will start taking pre-orders on the device on the 10th of April.
Prices for the Apple Watch start at $349 for the entry level sport model and the top model which is made from 18k gold can cost as much as $17,000.