Tim Cook, who is touring Germany, Belgium, the United Kingdom and Israel, apparently told managers during his visit to the Apple Store in Berlin, that the wrist-worn device will launch in Germany during the month of April. This is good news and mean that the initial launch of the Apple Watch won’t be limited to US. Usually customers in Europe would have to wait a month or two after devices have been launch in the US, not anymore (at least not with the Apple Watch).
Sources also indicate that an April launch in Australia is highly likely. The company has been holding secret briefings for select retail employees in Australia on Apple Watch sales procedures. If the Apple Watch is coming to Europe in April, then the launch may be limited to Apple’s key markets which are France, Germany, The Netherlands, Italy, United Kingdom and more. This is good news however and I for one is looking out for this.