A journalist in Sydney noticed that people were already settling in front of a local store Apple waiting for the exit iPhone X. There is nothing surprising in the queues in front of stores Apple, but the fact that people started gathering two days before the presentation is quite unusual. Traditionally Apple presents a new one iPhone in September, launches pre-orders two days later, and starts selling phones in stores only a week or two after that. This means that people in line in front of the Sydney store will have to wait at least 10 days to be among the first to buy iPhone X.
This proves the popularity of phones Apple. The anticipation has peaked this year as Apple will release the 10th Anniversary iPhone X with brand new features. Last year, there was talk that the popularity of Apple in the smartphone market was falling, but in 2017 this is clearly not the case.
Two days ahead of the actual announcement itself, the first person has made camp outside the Sydney Apple Store for # iPhone 8 pic.twitter.com/7R6TLYrtja
– Luke Hopewell ⚡️ (@lukehopewell) September 11, 2017
Last weekend, another leak was leaked, thanks to which we learned a lot of details about iPhone X, as well as about iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. The design of the new phone was initially no secret, but we learned more about the functions of a system like Face ID. The phone won't have a home button and Touch ID sensor, so Face ID will be fully responsible for authentication. For the smartphone, we used OLED – a display that had never been used in the line before iPhone. In addition, Apple will present new Apple Watch Series 3, Apple TV 4K and updated EarPods.