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This article was published on May 1, 2015

The Apple Watch can now tell you all about your local Apple Store

The Apple Watch can now tell you all about your local Apple Store
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Not content with your shiny new Apple Watch? The Apple Store app for iOS has been updated with Watch support so you can find the nearest place to buy yet more gear from the Cupertino giant.

In addition to helping you locate your nearest store, the Watch app lets you browse nearby in-store courses (my local store has a thrilling-sounding primer on Numbers spreadsheets in a few hours from now) and get updates on any recent orders you’ve made from the online store.

You’ll need to Handoff to your iPhone to book courses or do anything else, but serious Apple-heads will be pleased to have their local Temple of Tim just a tap away on their wrist.

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