Apple Stores have decided to offer ‘Apple Watch Basics’ which will be a kind of a workshop at their retail stores which will be starting from 24th April.
Apple’s retail website recently revealed that Apple will be offering new workshops which will be called the Apple Watch Basics. Company wants to enable the users to get the best out of their Apple Watches. These watches cost them a tremendous amount and this is why Apple thought it would be best to give the users a basics class.
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The workshop is showing up as a Concierge option on some of the Apple Store pages. This would allow the Apple customers to set appointments for April 24. You can also make reservations by going to the Apple Store iOS app.
Apple has asked that the users that are willing to take these basics classes, should be bringing their Apple Watch and their iPhone to the workshop class. Because the users will be learning how to get started using gestures, glances, watch faces and more.
According to MacRumors, most of the Apple Stores that will be offering Apple Watch Basics workshops, will hold sessions every 90 minutes. Only some of the select locations have reservations for launch day.
It is still unclear whether Apple will offer workshops in other countries. The reservations are currently very limited to a small number of stores. Some huge Apple stores like the one in New York at the Fifth Avenue is not yet accepting reservations despite their proximity to huge pockets of potential Apple customers.
But then again Apple does offer a lot of in store workshops which are also designed to help their customers in better understanding of their latest products. These in store workshops are for both the understanding of hardware and their new software.
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So you can visit your local Apple Store to check for workshop availability. Apple didn’t release the official numbers for their Apple Watch sales but some analysts believe that they sold over 1 million units in their opening weekend.