Apple is expected to officially announce its new iPhones tomorrow and according to a tweet by Australian journalist Luke Hopewell (via 9to5Mac), it seems that over in Sydney, Australia, there are queues forming outside Apple’s Sydney store in which customers are already preparing to get their hands on the phone for when it is released.

We should point out that Apple’s release schedule is typically a week or so after the phone is announced, which means that these customers will have to stand/sit/camp in line for at least a week before they are able to get their hands on the phone, although we guess it probably also means that they’ll be the first to get the phones upon their release.

We’re not sure which models these customers are camping for since the reports are claiming that Apple could release three models this year: the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and the iPhone X. However there have been rumors that suggests that the iPhone X could be delayed and not released alongside the standard models, which means that customers lining up for the iPhone X could potentially be in for a longer wait.

In any case we should find out soon when the iPhones will be released, so remember to check back with us tomorrow if you’d like the details.

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