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The Apple Watch will soon be available at Best Buy

As of August, the smartwatch will be making its way to 100 of the brand’s electronics stores.

It has recently been announced that people who want to buy the Apple Watch will soon have 100 more places in which to make the purchase, as that many Best Buy locations will be placing that smartwatch on their shelves.

Another 200 Best Buy stores will be adding the smartwatch to their offerings before the holiday shopping season.

This greater availability of the Apple Watch may play an important role in boosting the sales of this device. This could be especially true when Best Buy has added the smartwatch to the total 300 locations that will be carrying it, as well as on its website. At the moment, the number of places where the gadget can be purchased is quite limited. By boosting the convenience to the consumer, it is more likely that people will start to consider whether or not they actually want it.

Certain models of the Apple Watch will start to be sold at Best Buy as of August 7 and will be priced from $350 and up.

Apple Watch available at Best BuyAccording to Best Buy senior category officer, Jason Bonfig, “The Apple Watch is a big addition to our stores and website, and we know our customers want it.” Bonfig’s statement also went on to say that “We are excited to bring the Apple Watch to more consumers, especially with the holidays coming up.”

Of the total of 30 different smartwatches that have been created by the brand, Best Buy has said that they will be stocking 16 of them. These will include devices from both the Spot model and the Watch lines. They will be available in both the 38 mm and the 42 mm sizes. There will be a number of different watch bands and other types of smartwatch accessories that will be sold by the electronics retailer.

The Apple Watch will be far from the only smartwatch that will be available at Best Buy, which is already selling a number of rival gadgets from other brands. The Apple Watch Edition line that starts at $10,000 will not be sold by the retailer.

The Apple Watch is making its way into more countries

As this month continues, the smartwatch is entering a broader range of nations around the world.

The maker of the iPhone is gearing up to make a global splash throughout July as it brings its Apple Watch to a wider number of countries, appearing here and there throughout the world.

The smartwatches have already taken their first steps into a handful of countries as of the end of June.

During the last week of June, the Apple Watch made its way into Mexico, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan, Singapore, and South Korea. That said, July is going to be a defining month for the first wearable technology that the iPhone maker has ever sold. By midway through the month a number of additional countries will also be added to the list so that consumers there will be able to purchase their own wearables from the brand.

The Apple Watch will reach three more countries as of July 15, where the wearables will generate excitement.

Apple Watch in more countriesJuly 15th will be the day that consumers in Sweden, the Netherlands, and Thailand will have access to the Apple smartwatch, as well. Aside from the countries that have already been mentioned, the wearable technology device is also already being sold in the United States, of course, as well as Canada, Australia, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, China, Hong Kong, and Japan.

The senior vice president of operations at Apple, Jeff Williams, explained that “The response to Apple Watch has surpassed our expectations in every way, and we are thrilled to bring it to more customers around the world.”

The Apple Watch is considered by many to be the device that will be defining the wearable technology world when it comes to smartwatches. All eyes will be on this gadget as it makes its way into new markets and different countries around the world in order to watch for trends, uses, and the level of popularity that it will achieve. This will also help to gain an understanding of the way that the wearable tech devices from other brands will be spreading in different regions over the years to come.