A report states an Australian man trying to pay with cash at the Apple Store in the Sydney suburb of Chatswood was pushed to pay with Apple Pay, resulting in the man buying at a different store instead.
Ok, so the iPhone XR didn't see the much larger queues seen at the Xs and Xs Max launch, but as the more affordable model, and in an age of online ordering, this was to be expected.
The Australian flagship Apple Store in Sydney's CBD is one of the very first places in the world to get the new iPhones, and as per usual, iTWire was there to capture it all on video.
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