Apple Watch shops set to open on April 10 in London, Paris and Tokyo

“Apple on Thursday announced it will officially open three international Apple Watch store-within-a-store locations on April 10, offering customers shopping at high-end department stores the chance to try on and preorder the device before it goes on sale,” AppleInsider reports.

“Dubbed simply “Apple Watch,” the upcoming retail shops are popping up at locations previously known to be undergoing construction for Apple’s wearables effort, including Selfridges in London, Galeries Lafayette in Paris and Isetan in Toyko,” AppleInsider reports. “A report on Wednesday said potential buyers can make reservations for a 15-minute demo of Apple Watch Sport and Apple Watch models, while those interested in the $10,000 Apple Watch Edition get 30 minutes of hands-on time.”

AppleInsider reports, “It is unclear how the small pop-up shops plan to handle demos, but they are likely to have all models available — even the limited gold versions — given the pedigree of their host stores.”

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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Lynn Weiler” for the heads up.]

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