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- Jun 18, 2010
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The Apple Watch was released in seven more countries yesterday, reports Venture Beat, with several more countries to follow by mid July. As of Friday, if you live in Italy, Mexico, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland, or Taiwan, you can now buy an Apple Watch from an Apple online store, Apple retail store, and some Apple Authorized Resellers.
The list of Authorized Resellers includes 10 Corso Como in Milan, Boon The Shop Cheongdam in Seoul, and Malmaison by The Hour Glass in Singapore.
And as pointed out by CultofMac, Apple’s official websites in The Netherlands, Sweden, and Thailand are also saying that the Apple Watch will be available in those three countries on July 17. This would then mean that the Apple Watch was available in a total of 19 countries worldwide.
Showcasing exactly what the Apple Watch can do for users in the seven countries where it has just gone on sale, in an official release Apple noted that you can now order a taxi in Spain via the MyTaxi Apple Watch app, find your way around a Swiss airport with the Geneve Aeroport Apple Watch app, keep track of your Singapore Airlines flight, travel around Italy with AroundMe, and keep in touch with your friends in South Korea with KakaoTalk.
Source: The Apple Watch launches in seven new countries today likely in 19 total by late July VentureBeat Gadgets by Mark Sullivan