Apple’s beta program to sell beta versions of its Apple Watch smartwatches will be launched in the United States, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday.
Apple will use a combination of traditional and software-only beta testing for its Apple Watches, with the goal of ensuring the products are not plagued with problems and bugs that could affect users’ daily lives.
It will use beta software and devices from the developer community, including companies like ARCTERYX, Patrick Bet David, and ArcteryX, to sell Apple Watch watches.
The program will be similar to that of the company’s other Apple Watched smartwocks, such as the $299 Apple Watch Series 2, and will be available starting in the fall of 2020.
The Apple Watch program, which is expected to launch in 2018, is one of the biggest announcements for Apple in a few years, as it looks to address the growing demand for smartwands and bring them to more people.
The company also plans to offer smartwares for $199 starting in 2019.
Apple said the beta program will cover two main categories of Apple Watch: those that support Bluetooth and the Apple Watch Sport, which will be sold only through the Apple Retail Store and Apple App Store.
The program will also include the Apple Watcher app, which allows customers to watch video and audio content and take photos from any connected Apple Watch.
Apple Watch has already been a significant success for the company.
It has sold over 10 million units, which has been nearly twice as many as its predecessor, the original Apple Watch, according to research firm IDC.
Apple has said that its new smartwalls are expected to be the first in the smartwatch industry to sell over 10 billion units.