NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- It's finally here.
The Apple (AAPL) Watch became available for pre-order last night online at 12:01 a.m. Pacific time (3:01 a.m. Eastern). Demand appears to be insatiable for Apple's newest product line, judging by the wait times listed on the company's Web site.
The low-end Apple Watch Sport, which starts at $349, currently isn't available to ship until June. The mid-range watch, the Apple Watch, is available to ship in four to six weeks. The high-end Apple Watch Edition, which starts at $10,000 and can cost as much as $17,000, isn't available until July.
Apple anticipated the enormous demand, according to comments on Thursday from Angela Ahrendts, Apple's senior vice president of Retail and Online Stores.
"Based on the tremendous interest from people visiting our stores, as well as the number of customers who have gone to the Apple Online Store to mark their favorite Apple Watch ahead of availability, we expect that strong customer demand will exceed our supply at launch," Ahrendts said in a statement.
Customers can go to their Apple Stores today to try on any of the three versions of the watch to see how it fits them, in addition to getting a demo to see how it works.
In addition to being available to try on, the Apple Watch is in stores around the globe. You can see one in Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, the U.K. and the U.S. Customers can also buy the watch at select boutiques around the world -- Colette in Paris, Dover Street Market in London and Tokyo, Maxfield in Los Angeles and the Corner in Berlin, plus select Apple Authorized Resellers in China and Japan.
Here's a look at each version of the Apple Watch and all of their configurations.
Apple Watch Sport