I'm not him, but there is a connection. I've been reading that lines on average are much bigger than previous lines. I heard the figure 30% tossed around. This is a pretty good indicator that total units sold will be greater than last year. And when Apple releases those figures next week I assume, that will have an effect on AAPL.
Yeah, that is pretty embarrassing. I see that the video has 301+ views, I guess that it's viral. I also don't have any problems with the Australian accent, and I can understand what they say fine. At least they speak English.
I feel sorry for that one kid who was the first person to buy a new iPhone in one of the Australian Apple stores.
He was going to proudly show the phone off to the media as he left the store, and when he went to take it out of the box, the iPhone fell on the sidewalk.
I don't think that it broke, but still, I bet that he was a bit worried.
They should have waited a day or two with the anti-terror raids, because I read that there were a few scalpers and even a few fights with morons trying to cut into line. If anybody deserves to have their heads cut off, it's people who cut in line. What an incredibly rude thing to do. I also read a few interviews with Apple customers in Australia, and they were interviewing these two girls and they both had bought iPhone 6+s. The people who think that the iPhone 6+ is not...
The government can not be trusted! There is so much corruption, incompetence and illegal, unconstitutional behavior taking place, screw them!
It's great that Apple is taking a stand and giving them the middle finger!
Google and the government share the same interests, to collect information about users. They can basically become partners in crime, because their goals are pretty much the same.