The Apple Watch is no longer by appointment only
Apple wants customers to be able to walk into its stores and try on an Apple Watch without an appointment, reports 9to5Mac.
For shoppers hoping to try on the new Apple Watch before buying, the process has just become simpler. Starting this week, instead of making the required appointment and providing personal details, customers can walk into stores and try on the watch, according to 9to5mac.
The new policy will streamline the retail experience for those hoping to purchase the product and offer more hands-on time with the device to a larger range of shoppers.
Since the product came out four months ago, customers have been required to set up an appointment ahead of time and provide their name and Apple ID to store employees.
Customers still have the option of providing their email address and preferred Apple Watches in order for the Apple Online Store to keep their preferences on a wish list for future purchases.