Apple on Friday afternoon updated its Apple Watch page with more precise details regarding Apple Watch pre-orders. According to Apple's website, pre-orders for Apple's highly anticipated wearable will begin at 12:01 AM Pacific Time on Friday, April 10. Of course, this doesn't bode well for prospective buyers on the East Coast who will have to wait up until 3:01 AM in order to get their orders in.
The latest reports from the rumor mill suggests that the Apple Watch will not be available to walk-in shoppers. Which is to say, if you want to get your hands (or wrist, as it were) on an Apple Watch, you absolutely must pre-order the device or make a reservation to check one out in-store. Presumably, walk-in sales will eventually be possible once supply is properly calibrated to match demand.
In any event, it's also worth noting that the Apple Watch launch will be an International affair. Apple's list of launch countries is as follows: United States, Australia, U.K, Canada, Germany, France, Hong Kong, China, and Japan.
Online pre-orders can be filled out either via Apple's online website or via the company's Apple Store app.
The device will officially launch on April 24.