The Apple Watch is being made available for purchase tomorrow, sadly you’re not going to be able to walk into any old Apple store and buy one.
That doesn’t mean the wearable is going to be impossible to find, however.
For those desperate to adorn their wrists with the wearable, Apple has confirmed it will bring the device to six boutique retailers around the world.
Fortunately for us Brits, London is one of the Apple Watch’s first stopping points, with London’s Dover Street Market set to stock the Moto 360 challenger starting tomorrow, April 24.
Stock numbers have yet to be confirmed, although it has been suggested that less than 1,000 units will be available for purchase.
For global Apple Watch enthusiasts, the Dover Street Market arm in Beijing will also host limited stock, with the Maxfield boutique in LA also getting in on the act.
The remaining locations set to let you walk in and by the techy timepiece from launch are The Corner in Berlin, Milan’s 10 Corso Como and Colette in Paris.
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Apple Watch pre-orders kicked off back on April 10, although shipping times quickly slipped into June and July due to stock constraints.
Apple’s first foray into the wearable market, Apple Watch prices will start at £299 for the 38mm Apple Watch Sport, rising to a massive £13,500 for the top-of-the-line Apple Watch Edition.