I’m Watch creator explains order fulfillment process, offers 15 percent discount for your patience
We all know that Android 1.6 isn’t getting any newer, but it’s now clear that customers pining for the I’m Watch will need to dig deeply and muster a final bit of tolerance. According to the Italian smartwatch creator, it’s made a few changes to the device, primarily to allow for greater application compatibility — hopefully this means something other than a stale Donut. As for delivery, the company will send out 300 I’m Watches by June 15th and will then use the next month to solicit feedback and conduct final tests. By July 15th, the company will resume delivery for its outstanding orders and expects to fulfill all current orders no later than September 15th. Customers who’d prefer to back out from the deal will have until July 15th to apply for a refund from the company, and as a goodwill gesture, it’s offering a 15 percent discount for all those willing to endure the wait. For the complete details, just hop the break.
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