We all know the new way to sell Apple's new device, the Apple Watch, chosen by the Cupertino company to avoid possible queues and other problems caused by them. In reference to this, Apple started a process of 'prior appointment' in which users had to make an appointment before approaching an official Store to be able to see and touch the new watch with our hands, once we arrived at the store we provided the data either our name or Apple ID and we could already see the device. This seems to be coming to an end and It will no longer be necessary to make this prior appointment to test and fiddle with the clock.
Evidently this it will depend on whether the clocks they have on display are occupied or not, but just by going to the nearest Apple store and asking any employee of it to show us the Apple Watch, they will accompany us or assign another employee to show it to us without the need for an appointment, personal data, etc. .
Once the initial rush of curious and buyers for the Apple Watch has passed, everything seems to be more stable and that is why Apple wants to normalize this issue. We imagine that from the initial problem of not having enough staff to attend to all users who wanted to know the watch first, now visits are normalized and therefore it will not be necessary to do anything to be able to see and touch the smartwatch. In addition, the experience that one can have with the watch that is 'attached' to the exhibition tables is rather fair if you do not know a little about its basic functions and it does not allow you to contemplate the straps and how they fit on the watch, so it is It is always better to have one of the many employees of the store attend us.
We assume that this will take effect this week and for all stores in the world, but just in case before you go to a store to see the watch first-hand if you don't have it close to home, call the store directly and ask it.