Apple will reportedly allow customers interested in the most expensive variant of the Apple Watch 30 minutes of hands-on time to check it out.

The expanded appointment window for the Apple Watch Edition would be double the standard 15-minute window offered to customers trying out other models. International Business Times reports:

The standard appointment will be 15 minutes, but the company will offer an additional 15 minutes of try-on time to shoppers who express interest in the most expensive Apple Watch Edition versions, which start at $10,000 and finish at $17,000.

This follows a report from earlier today that interested customers won't be able to start booking appointments to try the Apple Watch out until April 10 — 14 days ahead of the wearable's April 24 launch date. Customers will be able to book appointments through both the Apple website and the Apple Store iOS app.

Source: International Business Times