FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. -- Can't wait to try on the new Apple watch? The company will begin accepting preorders for the much-anticipated item on Friday and will also have them available in stores for customers to examine, according to Tech Radar.
The watch, which will allow users to call on Siri, check emails, Facebook or Twitter, will officially go on sale on April 24, Tech Radar said.
Starting Friday, customers can try on Apple Watch, Apple Watch Sport or Apple Watch Edition to find the model with the size, finish and band to best fit their personal preference and style, Apple said in a press release.
Everyone visiting an Apple Store will be able to view all three collections and get hands on with Apple Watch Demo to browse and edit different watch faces, and learn about Apple Watch’s health and fitness features, Digital Touch, Siri, Apple Pay and more.
Different versions of Apple's latest gadget will retail for anywhere between $350 and $17,000, Tech Radar reported.
Locally, Apple has retail stores in Danbury, Greenwich and Stamford as well as in nearby Trumbull.
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