Apple Watch Launches in Austria, Denmark and Ireland September 25
Apple has updated its regional websites for Austria, Denmark and Ireland to announce the Apple Watch will be available on September 25.
Apple Watch models with prices were also added to the Apple Store app in Norway and Poland, but no release dates have been listed in either country.
- Apple Watch Sport: €399 to €449
- Apple Watch: €649 to €1,249
- Apple Watch Edition: €11,000 to €18,000
- Apple Watch Sport: 3.099,00 kr. to 3.499,00 kr.
- Apple Watch: 4.999,00 kr. to 9.699,00 kr.
- Apple Watch Edition: 85.000,00 kr. to 140.000,00 kr.
- Apple Watch Sport: €429 to €479
- Apple Watch: €679 to €1,279
- Apple Watch Edition: €11,300 to €18,500
MacRumors previously reported the Apple Watch was expected to launch in Austria, Denmark and India this month, leaving India as the sole country of the three that has yet to announce an Apple Watch release date.
Austria, Denmark and Ireland will be part of the fifth Apple Watch launch wave:
April 24: Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, U.K. and U.S.
June 26: Italy, Mexico, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland and Taiwan
July 17: The Netherlands, Sweden, Thailand
July 31: New Zealand, Russia, Turkey
September 25: Austria, Denmark, Ireland
Apple Watch sales have also expanded to dozens of Apple Premium Resellers this month.
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