Express delivery has long been a staple of UK courier service delivery, but it’s only now that it’s been embraced by tech giants like Apple and Amazon.
If you’re a customer who uses a courier service, then you might already be familiar with the options offered by the two big players.
There are options such as ExpressPipe, which allows you to use a standard Apple or Amazon Apple Watch to deliver items to your doorstep, or Apple Express, which lets you order items from a range of UK retailers including Boots, Asos, Asda, and Sainsbury’s.
But there’s one other option that might suit your needs: Apple Express.
We’ve written a number of articles on the Apple Express delivery service, which aims to provide the same level of customer service that the Apple Watch has.
The key difference is that you can choose from three delivery options depending on how much you want to spend: the cheapest option is for £1.99, while the more expensive option is £8.99.
There’s also a third option that costs £4.99 – the cheapest Apple Express option is only available in the US and Australia.
It’s worth noting that Apple Express is currently only available from a single carrier in the United States and one carrier in Australia.
But if you have an Apple Watch in your hand and want to take advantage of Apple Express’s faster, cheaper delivery options, then the Apple Store in the Apple App Store can help you set up Apple Express on your device.
Apple Express will be available from the Apple store in the app store in all regions from Monday December 16, but only in the U.S. The company says that customers who choose to use Apple Express can access it on their devices for the duration of the Apple Event, which will be held on December 21.