Apple’s Watch may be in retail stores very soon as the company has begun training its retail store employees on the upcoming device in multiple countries, including the US and the UK. Mark Gurman from 9to5Mac reports:
Apple executives had started planning retail strategies for the Watch back in the middle of last fall and now it seems that they are ready to start training several retail employees, as well.
The fact that training has already started could suggest that the Apple Watch could be coming to stores sooner than expected. Rumor has it that Apple could use traditional jewelry store tactics for its gold variant of the watch.
The training programs could take place between February 9 and 16, according to reports. Tim Cook recently revealed at the Apple’s earnings call that the Apple Watch would be available in stores only by April.