Coach Apple Watch bands will arrive on June 12th

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Coach is getting into the Apple Watch band business.
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Coach’s website accidentally leaked details of their upcoming Apple Watch last week, but it looks like you won’t have to wait much longer to get one on your wrist.

The first shipment of Coach’s Apple Watch bands are set to arrive in stores by June 12th, according to a new report that has also revealed some of the details of the bands. Though they’re certainly not as simple as the Hermés lineup, they’re about a tenth of the price and quirky details that will be perfect for fashionistas.

Check out a closeup of three bands:

Coach leaks Apple Watch bands before official unveiling

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Coach is busting out some fancy Apple Watch bands.
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Move over Hermes. There’s a new high-end fashion brand that is ready to capitalize on the Apple Watch and its leather bands will be launching soon.

Coach has secretly listed its first Apple Watch bands on its website. An official unveiling of the luxury leather bands is still in the works, but based on the early listings it appears that the bands will come at a relatively cheap price point.

Apple Struggles to Find Replacement for Retail Genius Ron Johnson

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Ron Johnson, Apple’s former Senior Vice President of Retail Operations, who changed the face of retail with the opening of the first Apple store in 2001, left the Cupertino company at the beginning of this month. Replacing him has become a mammoth task for Apple, according to a new report, with external candidates struggling to meet Johnson’s caliber, which may force the company to promote from within its ranks.

iBike Unveils New Case and Free Bike App Combo [Daily Freebie]

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If you’ve got a bicycle and an iPhone/iPt, here’s a pretty interesting development: iBike, who earlier this year introduced a $200-plus kit that turned the iPhone into a sensor-linked cycling computer, has just released a $70 iPhone cycling package for riders who aren’t Gu-fueled cycling nuts; and it includes what looks like a stellar — and free — cycling app.