You Don’t Need an Appointment to Try on an Apple Watch Anymore

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In an effort to speed up the process of the try on process for Apple Watch, Apple has dropped the appointment requirement for people wanting to try on Apple’s wearable, which required you to give your name and Apple ID to an Apple Store employee whom would assist you in trying the Watch on.

Now, as long as a Watch try on center isn’t too busy, you can walk in to an Apple Store, ask an employee to let you try on a Watch, then try it on right there on the spot.

You’ll still have the ability of giving the Apple Store employee your email incase you’d like to remember the Watch and band you tried on. If you do give your email, the Watch information will be added to your Apple ID, where the specific Watch and band will be added to your wish list so you can purchase that particular model when buying your Watch.

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