For those that are curious about the Apple Watch but don’t want to go in-store to check it out at this time, read on to find out about the experience by one of TechCrunch’s writers.
Also, if you want to see more pictures of the Apple Watch retail experience, check out this picture gallery that shows photos of the Apple Watch taken in the Apple Store at the Eaton Centre in downtown Toronto: A Guided Tour Of The Apple Watch Retail Experience
Apple began offering previews of the Apple Watch at its stores this morning, and we had a chance to show up early and get a run-through of the demo process before doors opened to customers looking to make an appointment.
As expected, Apple’s changed up the layout of its Store to accommodate the Watch. In the Palo Alto store, they’ve brought in a long table containing all 38 models available to order under a pane of glass. When it’s time for your appointment, an Apple representative walks you over to a designated fitting table covered with blue leather mats (made from the same material as Apple’s iPhone cases).
Yes, the Apple Store rep will help you try on the watch. No, it isn’t really awkward.
After walking over to a table away from the crowd of reporters, an Apple retail employee went to the back to grab a tray…
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