If you’re going to spend upwards of $10,000 on a smartwatch, the least you would expect from the retailer selling the product is ample time to experiment with the technology hands-on, right?
Apparently, Apple feels the same way.
According to The International Business Times, Apple Watch Gold Edition shoppers will be able to obtain appointments that are twice as long as those granted to shoppers looking for entry-level models.
“The standard appointment will be 15 minutes, but the company will offer an additional 15 minutes of try-on time to shoppers who express interest in the most expensive Apple Watch Edition versions, which start at $10,000 and finish at $17,000,” IBT reports.
Although Apple Watch officially goes on sale April 24th, appointments for in-store demos will be taken beginning April 10th.