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In-store Apple Watch sales begin in two weeks, seven more countries get it on June 26

Today Apple has announced a few important details if you’re craving its first wearable. First off, all Apple Watch orders placed through May will be shipped to customers within the next two weeks, as the company is trying to clear its backlog. The sole exception to this is the 42 mm Watch in Space Black Stainless Steel with Space Black Link Bracelet. It’s unclear when orders of this particular model will ship.

In around two weeks from today, Apple will also finally start selling the Watch in its physical stores. You probably shouldn’t expect all versions of the wearable to be available in all stores, however. The company says “some models” will be making it to Apple retail locations, though.

And finally, seven more countries will get the Apple Watch starting on June 26. These are Italy, Mexico, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland, and Taiwan. They will join the other territories where the smartwatch is already available to buy, namely Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, the UK, and the US.

To learn more about the Apple Watch, don’t forget to read our comprehensive review.



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