Looks like Apple caused some confusion after it said that before the Apple Watch is released people can go to its retail stores to “try on by appointment.” Many took this to mean that they will have to actually get an appointment before they can go to a store and check out Apple’s first smartwatch. Well, that is not the case, according to a recently published report.
The company’s latest memo to retail employees reveals that walk-in customers who want to try the Apple Watch will be allowed to do so. They stress that while an appointment can be made to check out the wearable device they are not necessary. Those with an appointment will come first while you wait, but no, you do not need one.
Apple will start taking pre-orders for the Apple Watch on April 10th. That the same day that the smartwatch will arrive in the company’s retail stores so that you can have a look at them. The memo says that “…appointments can be made online or through the Apple Store app— they’re recommended, but not necessary. Customers who come to your store without one will be taken care of…”
Obviously you will still have to wait for an available employee to help you. If they are busy with people who actually made an appointment before you, then you will have to wait your turn. I hope everybody is clear on this now.