Now that Cupertino's wearable has been on sale for a while, it's making its way outside the confines of the company's retail locations and online store. In addition hitting shelves at Currys and PC World in the UK, the Apple Watch will go on sale at Sprint this week in the States. T-Mobile CEO John Legere tweeted that his company would also begin selling the wearable device too, but the carrier has yet to announce any official availability info. However, MacRumors reports that Big Magenta will sell the gadget on the same day. In the US, the Sprint and T-Mobile will join Best Buy as places other than Apple's own shopping spots that you can pick up the smartwatch. Internationally, there's a sizable list of places to nab the Apple Watch as well, including department stores like France's Galeries Lafayette.
Apple Watch will be available at Sprint on September 25th
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