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Apple CEO Tim Cook attends local iPhone 6 launch

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Apple CEO Tim Cook attends local iPhone 6 launch

Eager Apple fans in California were yesterday treated to a surprise as CEO Tim Cook was spotted in a local Apple to celebrate the release of the iPhone 6.

With both the iPhone 6 and larger, iPhone 6 Plus having been made available for purchase yesterday, September 19, large crowds queued up outside Apple stores around the world.

Those snapping up their new handset from Apple’s Paulo Alto store were rewarded with more than a new phone. Company CEO Tim Cook was in attendance, greeting those in the queue and officially opening the doors when sales kicked off.

Cook has been spotted in the Paulo Alto Apple store on previous occasions, with yesterday’s iPhone launch seeing Steve Jobs’ replacement meet store staff and talk with early smartphone adopters.

Those meeting Cook had a better iPhone 6 launch experience than Jack Cooksey, the world’s first iPhone 6 owner.

Cooksey, who having bought the iPhone 6 in Perth, Australia, dropped his new iPhone while talking with local media.

The iPhone 6 has already proven a consumer success. Prior to the phone’s in-store release Apple confirmed more than 4 million iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus models had been pre-ordered.

Featuring near identical internals, while the iPhone 6 boasts a 4.7-inch display the 6 Plus is Apple’s first foray into ‘phablet’ territory. The larger phone runs a 5.5-inch panel.

With a number of retailers and networks offering the phone, you can find all the best iPhone 6 deals right here.

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Via: GeekyGadgets

thatbram

September 20, 2014, 2:31 pm

"Inside a local Apple" and "Paulo Alto" (twice?).

Smail Buzzby

September 20, 2014, 3:33 pm

Apple should switch to online orders only - the idiocy of having so many people ditch work and school to camp out to get a new disposable toy is pathetic. The abuse where people sell them on Ebay for several times what they paid would go away.

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