It’s been clear that sooner or later, Apple would start selling the Apple Watch through its huge network of retail stores, and now it looks like the time has come, for some countries at least. As noted by 9to5Mac, an Apple Watch “reserve and pick up” system is rolling out in Australia and the UK as the date flips over to June 17th. It seems likely that the US will be on that list as well.
It’s still not as simple as just going in and buying a watch, however — you’ll need to pick your preferred case and band online to make sure it is in stock before going to pick it up and buy it at your local Apple Store.
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