Few hours left! Just after 9:00 a.m. on Friday, April 10 – Apple Stores in Austrailia have opened up for the day. Prospective Apple Watch buyers in the country are already lining up outside of stores as in the hopes of getting a chance to try on the new Apple Watch initiative. Before that, we have to talk about the initial wave of reviews for the much-anticipated Apple smart-Watch – which began flooding in this French website Metronews, has posted one of the first unboxing videos of Apple’s wrist-worn device, showing off specifically what appears to be the 42mm Stainless Steel Case with Lianese Loop Apple Watch. More details on this first unboxing video can be checked right after this flow.
In short, the video rather confirms that photos of the packaging shared yesterday were legitimate, with a squat, square box housing the MagSafe charging cable in the bottommost compartment and the official Watch in its own plastic-looking box separate from the rest of the packaging.
Unboxed it, and Metronews runs through a few inclusions of the Watch’s features, showing off quick swipes through Glances and even longer looks at sending taps, drawings, and a heartbeat to another Watch user. Followed by Metronews video, Mashable also posted a review of the Apple Watch – debuted a Vine unboxing of the device too, showing a stop-motion reveal of the link bracelet option slowly emerging from its packaging.
The aforementioned was all about Apple Watch unboxing and its hardware specifications and tips and tricks whatever you say.
Now talking about the Apple Watch Try-out appointments begin in Australia, prospective buyers are in the que. Several Australians have posted images of people lining up outside the Apple Stores, all shared on Twitter and Instagram, and the first person waiting in line have already been allowed into the store to check out the Apple Watch display units. People out there are also live streaming their experiences with the Apple Watch on Periscope, which is a Twitter app lets you stream on iOS devices.
Apple retail stores in Australia are already enhanced with Apple Watch tables that have the Apple Watch’s on display under glass, alongside the iPad tablet, and also have tables outfitted with the devices of Apple Watch – can be tried on.
Customers who are doing Apple Watch try-ons are walk-in customers who waited in line to see the device, as try-on appointments cannot yet be scheduled online. Learned that try-on appointments will only be available online in Australia later today, possibly after pre-orders begin.
Image from Japan, stores that will be opening soon are already equipped with try on tables and Apple Watch display units. In the United States, Apple Watch try-on appointments will not begin until stores open in the morning on Friday, April 10.
Apple Watch pre-orders will be available beginning April 10 at 12:01 AM Pacific Time. Most Apple Stores will be very busy today?