The highly anticipated Apple Watch will at last be available in Singapore, South Korea and Taiwan on the 26th of this month. This more than a month after it hit other Asian markets.
The announcement means that the Apple Watch, which has been praised more for its looks than its performance, will now be on sale in a total of six Asian markets after a “quiet release” in China, Hong Kong and Japan back at the end of April.
It will be available for purchase on the Apple website, at authorized dealers and official Apple stores.
Seven new markets in this release
Italy, Mexico, Switzerland and Spain will also be getting their first look at the Apple Watch
Apple has not given any sales figures since it began taking orders in April, but has often said that demand was outstripping supply –thus the limited release.
The fancy wristwatch is currently available in the United States, Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan and the UK.
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