Saturday 17 March 2018

Apple Watch is coming to Ireland on Friday

Apple Watch
Apple Watch

Emma Clark

Apple revealed that the Apple Watch will be released in Ireland, Austria, and Denmark on Friday, September 25th. Sadly, it won't be joined by the iPhone 6S.

It could be a long week for those eager to get their hands on the Apple Watch. Apple updated its regional websites to state that the Apple Watch will be available in Ireland on Friday, September 25th.

The Apple Watch will also be available in Austria and Denmark, bringing the total number of countries that the wearable is available in to 25. The Watch was first released in April of this year in nine countries, and availability has grown since.

September 25th is, of course, the same day that Apple will launch the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus in 12 countries. Ireland, Austria, and Denmark are not included in this initial wave, but at least Apple fans will have something new to play with. Apple hopes to launch the iPhone 6S in 130 countries by the end of the year.

Apple is expected to release the Apple Watch in more countries in the coming months. But for now, those in Ireland, Austria, and Denmark have a launch to look forward to.

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