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Default Apple has not made appointments mandatory for the Apple Watch

You won’t have to call ahead if you just want to try it. In a press release sent out recently Apple wrote that people interested in its first smartwatch can head over to its retail stores to “try on by appointment.” There was confusion over this language as many believed Apple had made appointments mandatory...

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