Apple Watch launch, sales policy, AMOLED screen details

30 Mar 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Air Canada develops Apple Watch app to improve customer experience.

If you’re planning to buy one of Apple’s more expensive iterations of the Apple Watch—specifically, its $10,000 Watch Edition version of the device, which comes with an 18-karat gold case, a sapphire crystal display, and a variety of different watch buckles to choose from—you might want to wait a moment and make sure you understand all the potential perks that come along with the device.Customers can get personal and relevant information about flights departing within a 24-hour window from the new Air Canada application for Apple Watch.

As Apple prepares to launch the Apple Watch, details are starting to emerge that reveal how differently this most personal of the company’s products will be treated in stores. According to 9to5Mac sources, those buying the gold Apple Watch Edition will get to jump the queue at stores and spend an hour trying out the watch in a private area with an expert staff member. At these prices, one could easily nab themselves a luxury timepiece of the traditional variety, so why would anyone want to drop $10-17,000 on an Apple Watch?

We suppose one could always hop on over to the Apple retail store and check out the various combinations, but if you’d rather not make the trip, you can do so virtually. American Airlines will also provide similar benefits with its Apple Watch application; customers will be able to check in to their flights, check flight status and more. “The application will allow customers to easily check their flight status and boarding times. You’ll get your own Apple Store Expert to chat with, an employee who has been specially trained to both showcase the device and work with Apple’s more exclusive customers, for lack of a better way to phrase it.

Now, if you opt for the stainless steel Watch, you get the option to have a “virtual personal setup” that will also have an Apple Store staff member guiding you through the smartwatch’s setup via video chat. Air Canada’s mobile strategy of innovating with the latest technology to provide customers a wide variety of options for managing their travel using their preferred personal device,” said Craig Landry, vice president of marketing at Air Canada. Such services are not uncommon when you think about credit card companies, banks, hotels, or car companies that cater to the elite, so it is interesting to see Apple potentially moving to that market.

Otherwise, they can make use of a new Virtual Personal Setup program, which will basically just be a videoconference between that person and an Apple specialist.

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