Originally discovered by MacRumors, Apple is now letting customers make reservations to learn more about Apple Watch, sporting a workshop called ‘Apple Watch Basics’. The workshop is now available as a Concierge option on Apple’s website, with the first workshop on April 24th. As of today, Apple will be offering the workshops in the United States and in several other countries, in select stores.
Each session will run one hour and thirty minutes long and will be running every 1.5 hours throughout the day. The workshop description says, “Bring your Apple Watch — along with your iPhone — and get familiar with your most personal device yet. We’ll show you how to get started using Glances, gestures, watch faces and more.”
Interesting enough, retail locations such as the Fifth Avenue Apple Store in New York aren’t accepting reservations yet.
As we reported yesterday, the Apple Watch won’t be available in-store until at least June, and customers who opt to buy the Watch now will be stuck with June shipping times.