Apple Stores will rollout tweaked Apple Watch Reserve and Pickup options for April 24 launch

Apple Watch sales table

Apple wants to sell the Apple Watch, and it knows that doing so will mean finding the perfect fit for a potential buyer.

Leading up to the Spring Forward event, which detailed pricing and availability for the upcoming Apple wearable, reports surfaced that Apple was tweaking several aspects of its Apple Store experiences to make sure that customers got the best in-store options when checking out the Apple Watch. Indeed, Apple’s Tim Cook confirmed that there will be special tables hosting the Watch, where people will be able to try them on and pick the perfect one for them, even before the April 24 launch.

Now, according to sources speaking with 9to5Mac, Apple is planning on tweaking the systems for reserving and picking up an Apple Watch. Now, according to the report, this new system will be different than the current Personal Pickup option that Apple currently employs for other products, where the customer can buy it online and then go to the store and pick it up.

This new system would see a potential buyer pick out the Watch of their choice, with the casing and band already chosen, and then reserve it in the store so they can head in and try it on. After they do that, if it’s to their liking, the customer will then be able to buy it. It’s a slight change, but an important one and an alteration that fits with Apple’s focus on the customer.

The Apple Watch will start to show up in Apple Stores beginning April 10, when pre-orders for the wearable will go live, as part of Apple’s Preview for the wearable. The device will officially go on sale beginning April 24.

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[via 9to5Mac]