Apple Watch Deliveries May Extend Till May In Some Markets

Posted: Apr 9 2015, 8:23am CDT | by , in Apple


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Apple Watch deliveries may extend till May in some markets
Photo Credits: Apple Germany

Stores in Germany and around the UK might not get their deliveries on April 24th

All eyes are set on the Apple Watch right at this moment as the pre orders are only a day away from us and the watch will start shipping from April 24th. Within a few days your watch is going to be ready for in-store pickup however if you are one of those who take pride in being the first ones to get hands on a newly launched gadget then be cautious about your choice of ordering. In this era, ordering online has become a necessity and pre orders mean you will be among the first ones to own the device. However, in the case of the Apple Watch, potential owners might not find this luxury.

It has recently been reported that some of the most noteworthy stores, particularly around Germany and the UK, will have different shipping dates for different Apple Watch models and they will vary significantly with some dates going well into May. The news has arrived from Apple's official German website which has revealed delivery estimates for the watch.

Perhaps Apple has an entire strategy behind limiting the walk in purchases. With these limitations, Apple might get away with severe stock shortages. This takes us to the next most probably scenario which might mean late deliveries outside the US. So if you happen to reside outside the US, you will have to place all your trust in the pre order and wait till you get to see your Apple Watch.

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