If you can't buy it, rent it
WASHINGTON- There may soon be an option to paying $350 for the new Apple Watch.
An entrepreneur created the Apple Watch lease and Zak Kidd says his company bought more than a dozen 42-millimeter sport devices to rent out. He won't give specifics but says the rates will likely be less than $50 per month.
But he adds there will be a significant security deposit. He's banking on people not wanting to buy the watch but will want to try it out.
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