Apple has updated a number of its international websites to confirm Apple Watch will expand its reach to Austria, Denmark, and Ireland on September 25 — the same day iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus go on sale.
Although supply constraints made Apple Watch difficult to obtain after its debut, with no option to purchase in retail stores until late June, Apple has been making the device available in more markets and through more channels in recent months.
At the end of July, the device was launched in New Zealand, Russia, and Turkey, and in recent weeks the device made its way to third-party retailers like Best Buy in the U.S., and Currys PC World in the U.K.
On September 25, Apple Watch will be available in Austria, Denmark, and Ireland for the first time. That’s the same day Apple’s new iPhones go on sale, but these countries aren’t included in the first batch of launch markets for iPhone 6s, so customers won’t be able to buy both devices at the same time, unfortunately.
They will in the U.S., however, with Apple Watch also going on sale at T-Mobile and Sprint on the same day.