Apple Watch coming to T-Mobile USA, Gravis and Compustore in Germany

“The Apple Watch will soon be available through the U.S. incarnation of T-Mobile, as well as German electronics chains Gravis and Compustore, according to separate reports and announcements,” Roger Fingas reports for AppleInsider.

“T-Mobile CEO John Legere revealed his company’s news via Twitter,” Fingas reports. “Gravis confirmed that it will start sales at the end of the September, German site Macerkopf noted on Thursday.”

Fingas reports, “Compustore has not issued a press release, but Macerkopf said it learned that the business’ retail stores will soon come on board. The chain is an Apple Premium Reseller.”

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MacDailyNews Take: Like a snowball atop a snowy mountain, slowly beginning to roll, now picking up steam…

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3 Comments

    1. That is not the apple we all know. I think it is the other way round and Apple will demand more process and quality sales before allowing resellers to sell AppleWatch.

      Personally, I got my AppleWatch from Apple and no intention of buying it from someone else but anything that exposes more people to the Watch is great.

    2. Then you would already see them at Wal-Mart. I think Apple is putting them in store that they will have a lot of control of how they are sold.

      I can see the Apple haters saying that the Watch is not selling so they must put them in other stores.

      I believe that stores know that the Watch is selling and want to get people in their stores. Best Buy has quickly expanded to include all stores. T-Mobile needs to recreate themselves after the AT&T deal fell apart. The Apple Watch could do that.

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