Those Apple Watch buyers who have not placed yet their preorders should know that Apple sold out its first batch of smartwatches just minutes after preorders began. Ordering any model now, whether it’s the Apple Watch Sport, the Apple Watch or the Apple Watch Edition, means waiting for up to two months to get it. Even more annoying, the Watch won’t be available in stores on its release date, as you’d expect it to be. However, at some point in the future Apple will actually start selling the device in its retail stores, at which point you’ll need the following cheat sheet ready to make sure you choose the proper model and accessories to go with it.
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The simple Apple Watch buying guide infographic below, put together by Business Insider, lists all the available models when it comes to size, materials, band colors and band choices.
The cheapest Apple Watch model is the 38mm Apple Watch Sport edition priced at $349, while the most expensive model is the 42mm gold Apple Watch Edition. On top of prices, other differences between Apple’s various Watch choices are listed in the infographic as well.