Apple is expected to provide additional details about Apple’s WatchOS 2 at an event which is going to happen next week in San Francisco. Alongside that announcement, a trio of rumors hint towards Apple expanding Apple Watch sales to Austria, Denmark, India and possibly other countries later this month. Recently Danske bank which is one of the largest bank in Denmark also release to the press that its Mobile Pay service will support the Apple Watch when the device launches in Denmark next month.
Some of the Austria website says that Apple Watch will be available in Austria starting September 15, citing information it received over Facebook Messenger from a reputable source working for an undisclosed large electronics chain in the country. Apple does not have an official retail presence in Austria.
In India also some of the websites says that the Apple Watch will launch in September and costs around Rs. 24,999 for the entry-level Apple Watch Sport. However we have some good news for those waiting to get their hands on the device.
The list of the countries where the Apple Watch will be available includes Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Denmark, Finland, India, Malaysia, Norway, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. For more details we have to wait up to September 9th.