This is what an Apple Watch appointment looks like
If you're interested in buying the Apple Watch, we highly recommend you visit an Apple Store and try one on for yourself. Here's what that process is like:
First, you visit Apple's website (or click here) to schedule a try-on appointment. Once you select your state, you can see various stores where you can try on the different Apple Watch models.
Each Apple Watch takes about a minute to boot up. Once it's ready, it'll go through a demo loop of its most popular features right there on your wrist - you can play with the screen, buttons and the Digital Crown during this time, but they won't do anything. You can try the features for yourself at a separate table in the store.
Of course, you can try entirely different models and bands, too. This is the Apple Watch Sport with a black band.
Once you've had your fill trying on various Apple Watches, you'll have the option to place a pre-order or change an existing order, in case the try-on appointment changed your mind (as it did for me). If you want to do either of these things, you'll be handed off once again to a separate employee who will help you place that pre-order or change your existing order.Unfortunately, you can't leave the store with an Apple Watch; the company plans to fulfill its online pre-orders before it begins selling them in stores. The Apple Watch goes on sale April 24.
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