Apple rolling out, motivating mobile Apple Watch try-ons throughout stores

Apple is remaining to modify its Apple Watch showroom experience within Apple Stores. Upon the preliminary rollout of the Apple Watch in April, Apple Stores installed huge glass tables as a showcase for the various Apple Watch variations.

Clients could test drive the Apple Watch by means of a demonstration system linked to an iPad mini or try it on at a series of try-on stations. Following a pilot program across choose Apple Stores across the world, Apple has now started a prevalent rollout of a brand-new Apple Watch screening program called Mobile Try-On, according to Apple Retail workers.

As we kept in mind in a current short article, Angela Ahrendts briefly talked about the program in her newest weekly video message to staff members. Mobile Try-On permits retail staff members to stroll around the store with an Apple Watch demo system on their wrist paired to an iPhone with the Apple Watch Companion application. Unlike with the Apple Watches in the try-on area, these devices are completely operational, and unlike the devices connected to iPads around the store, these can really be put on and fully used.

Existing, non-mobile/wearable Apple Watch demo devices

In a message to retail workers today, Apple encourages workers with the Apple Watch Mobile Try-On devices to demo the Watch to consumers waiting for visits for Workshops and the Genius Bar and those eyeing Apple Watches in the case. As part of Apple’s push to sell more iPhones, Apple is likewise motivating employees to demo the Apple Watch to clients having fun with the latest iPhones on display screen in the store.

Here is Apple’s memo to staff members about the brand-new Apple Watch demonstration strategy for shops:

Now you can offer clients browsing collections at the Display Table a hands-on experience of the Apple Watch in a simple, nature method, and then browse to the Try-On Table. Make the most of the paired iPhone to show how they interact.

In the Family Living room, homeowners awaiting visits can experience Apple Watch. Learn their preferred iPhone feature and demonstrate how the Watch can make it much better, or display Calendar events or text messages sent out directly to their wrist.

Customers looking for accessories can experience Apple Watch too. When they’re browsing Beats headphones, it’s a chance to demo how the Apple Watch Music app can control volume and choose tracks. Use Siri to play artists, radio, or tracks from the Apple Music library.

Apple is encouraging employees to show five particular features: customizing watch faces, asking a pal out to coffee through Siri, sending out an audio message in the Messages app, rearranging apps on the House screen, and pinging an iPhone by means of Glances on the Apple Watch. Previously this month, Apple began accelerating the Apple Watch try-on procedure by no longer needing appointments. [source]

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