It was an unusual day for Apple. The iPhone 8 was released around the world, but many Apple Stores didn’t have massive lines waiting overnight or even at the time of doors being opened. Crowds were noticeably missing at quite a few locations. It seems that consumers have decided to make purchases online, keep their current iPhone, or wait for the iPhone X.
Let’s go on a tour together of Apple Stores in the United States and beyond.
Apple Union Square — San Francisco, California
Apple Brisbane — Brisbane, Australia
Apple Bayshore Shopping Centre — Ottawa, Canada
Apple Regent Street — London, England
Apple Boylston Street — Boston, Massachusetts
Apple The Promenade at Chenal — Little Rock, Arkansas
Apple Pasadena — Pasadena, California
Apple Yorkdale — Toronto, Canada
Apple SoHo — New York, New York
Apple West 14th Street — New York, New York
Apple World Trade Center — New York, NY
Apple Arrowhead — Glendale, Arizona
Your Apple Store?
Tell us what the scene was like at your local Apple Store if you ventured out to one today. Just tweet us the pictures (or videos) you have showing the number of people who showed up to buy the iPhone 8 in-person on its release date.