The Apple Watch is already available in nine countries, but the new wearable will be getting a wider rollout soon. CEO Tim Cook recently said that the company should be ready for a second wave launch by late June.

Speaking during Apple’s fiscal Q2 earnings call on Monday, Cook noted that the company has actually been able to produce Watch units quicker than initially expected. He also added early orders have offered a ton of information on what kind of Apple Watch models customers actually prefer. Hopefully that means Cupertino will be able to expand into more countries before too long.

We still don’t know where Apple plans to expand, and the smartwatch is already available in the U.S., U.K., France, Germany, Australia, Canada, China, Hong Kong and Japan. The second wave could potentially include more European countries, along with parts of the Middle East and Asia. Eventually, the Apple Watch should be available all around the world, but it could be a while before the company can ramp up production to such high levels.