Check Out The Brand Devotees Who Camped Overnight At The Knox-Henderson Apple Store For New iPhones.
After the bars closed at 2 a.m. last night, things were still pretty lively over at the Knox-Henderson Apple Store, where the sidewalks had been transformed into a public campsite.
There, young and old Apple devotees alike parked themselves on pavement so as to wait for the official release of the iPhone 6s this morning.
Per Apple's own hype machine, the allure of this new release, despite the fact the phones are still the same size and still boast the same feel, is that “the only thing that's changed is everything.” Um, OK! I guess that's still enough, though, for various Apple fiends to have gathered here last night, entertaining themselves on their iPhones and iPads, their portable chargers in tow.
At least one thing indeed changed with this camp out, though: This line, as opposed to lines for releases past, included fewer “glampers.”
So maybe Apple's fans are a little less insufferable now than they have been in the past.