Today, as every year, a massive group of Apple fanatics has already installed their tents in front of the nearest Apple flagship store just to make sure they are going to become one of the first lucky iPhone 8 owners.
Although is difficult to figure out why Apple’s fans are so emotionally involved in everything the Californian-based company does, one thing is certain: no phone maker manages to generate so much interest when it comes to launching a new gadget.
Also, no other tech giant has caused users to form incredible queues in front of their stores weeks before their new products hit the shelves.
There is no point in highlighting that iPhone 8 and iPhone X have not been officially announced.
It doesn’t matter they might not end up in stores on 22nd September, those few Apple fans have queued without fully acknowledging the date, because well, details matter less.
The tenth iPhone to be launched tonight has already generated enough online interest considering that people are staying in lines two days before the Cupertino giant’s conference.
The first individuals were identified in front of the Apple Store in Sydney, Australia, according to journalist Luke Hopewell, taken over by 9to5Mac.
iPhone 8 and iPhone X models are likely to reach stores seven days after Tim Cook’s conference.
Given that they were queuing two days before the event, it means they could wait about 10 days before they get their hands on the new toy.