A report on Tuesday says Apple Watch reservations for in-store pickup will be limited to one per customer via Apple’s Reserve and Pickup Service.
Customers in the United States and other launch countries will be required to present a valid government-issued photo ID upon pickup at the Apple Store where they placed their Apple Watch reservation, and only the person named on the reservation will be allowed to pick up the product.
MacRumors notes that while the one-per-customer reservation limit has been confirmed for the United States and United Kingdom, the company’s plans could change between now and launch day. The website was also able to confirm recent reports that claim the Apple Watch Edition will be available at select Apple Stores only.
While the limit does not apply to online pre-orders that will be shipped to the customer’s home beginning April 24, it is possible Apple may restrict quantities for those orders also. Apple will not be allowing walk-in purchases of the Apple Watch without a reservation.
Apple Watch pre-orders and try-on appointments begin April 10, with the device going on sale April 24 in the United States, Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan and United Kingdom.