“Consumers who weren’t ready to to order at exactly 12:01 a.m. Pacific time on Friday have missed their opportunity to receive an Apple Watch on launch day, as every model is now unavailable until at least mid-May,” AppleInsider reports.
“Apple Watch Sport was the first to go, with delivery times slipping to ‘4-6 Weeks’ less than 5 minutes after pre-orders opened in some locations,’ AppleInsider reports. “Stainless steel models quickly followed, though some of the more expensive versions remained available for launch day delivery for over an hour.”
AppleInsider reports, “Lending credence to word of supply constraints, Apple also shipped apparently buggy versions to advance reviewers, promising that new software would address many of their issues before consumers receive the devices, an extraordinarily unusual move for the company.”
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