With the Apple Watch availability slowly increasing, Apple is now encouraging customers in the United States to walk in to their nearest Apple retail store to try out the smartwatch.
Previously, Apple required that interested customers book a try-on session for the Apple Watch. However, this was mainly required in the initial week following the Apple Watch’s launch. Once the interest waned off in the following weeks, most customers were simply able to walk in to their nearest Apple retail store to try out the smartwatch.
The company has not completely done away with try-on appointments though. Customers can still schedule a try-on appointment if they wish to.
Apple had announced yesterday that it will start selling the Apple Watch in its retail stores in the United States within two weeks from now and will launch the smartwatch in seven new countries on June 26. Once the smartwatch hits the retail stores, the interest in Apple Watch will likely once again increase among consumers, and thus for a short period of time, try-on appointments will once again become the best way to get some quality hands-on with the Apple Watch.