I Want to Pre-order Apple Watch: Can I Mix and Match Cases and Bands?
Apple Watch preorder day is nearly here. Those customers who wish to place their Apple Watch pre-orders as soon as such opportunity is available might be upset to hear that the company has its own rules for April 10.
Can I mix and match Apple Watch cases and bands? This question is now asked by users who have plans to get their wearable once it is sold in the market [find out what the storage size of iOS wearable is]. You know that the iOS giant got an idea to introduce the watch with multiple case and band choices to make it even more personal for people.
On the official Apple Watch preorder you will get a little choice as a potential customer. Reports mention that the Cupertino-based company has decided to limit the customization for its smartwatches.
The iPhone maker is planning to sell its watches in Collections. Consumers will be also able to buy bands additionally and pay from $50 to $450 on top of the total cost of their Apple Watch. The online store has the models you will be able to pre-order beginning on April 10 and get shipped on April 24.
What do you think about these changes? We’ve heard that Apple faces hard times with its Apple Watch suppliers failing to produce as many units as it was planned at first. As reports say, the company wanted to get about 3 million of units a month and this number has been recently cut at least by half.
Maybe the company will change everything again in the future and let users choose which case and what band to mix and match for their personal device.