Apple Watch order progress is perplexing

No doubt from tomorrow many of you will be looking at your Apple Watch order progress, as the delivery date for you should be from April 24, 2015. However, an email sent out by Apple is a little perplexing because it is vague and does not really give too much information away.

In the email, which 9To5 Mac has been showing, has been sent out to this people that pre-ordered an Apple Watch with deliverers expected between April 24th to May 8th.

These orders have yet to be charged and so are still in the middle of being processed. Reading into this, we highly doubt that you will be getting your product on time.

Apple Watch delivery date

The email states that once the order has been processed, you will then receive another email detailing your exact Apple Watch delivery date, and also tracking information.

What is perplexing about this email being sent out is the fact that repots from yesterday showed that customers with May and June delivery dates had already been charged, and updates to the order process were also being shared.

One thing we do know, these next few weeks and months will be up in the air in terms of Apple Watch delivery dates.

Sone people have already received their new smartwatch from Apple, but only those that paid a huge premium, and have been sharing their unboxing experience.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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