The Apple Watch could be available in Ireland in June
The Apple Watch has just arrived in a handful of nations around the world, with fans of the new wearable shouting about its amazing features and stylish good looks, not to mention the fashion statement of the Apple Watch Edition.
As of right now, the Apple Watch is only available in nine countries but that’s soon about to change, according to company CEO Tim Cook. “”It is a new product for us, and with any kind of a new product you wind up taking some time to fully ramp. We are in a good position, and sometime in late June we anticipate to sell in different countries.”
Right now, we know that Apple is having trouble meeting demand for its new device, so it makes sense to delay a wider rollout until they’ve managed to satisfy the customers currently waiting for the wearable.
We don’t yet know if Ireland will be part of the rollout in June but we’ll have an update just as soon as possible.
In Short: The Apple Watch has only been released in nine countries to date but the new wearable could expand to more in June 2015