The iPhone X is finally going on sale starting tomorrow in over 55 countries worldwide. While the iPhone 8 reception has been extremely quiet compared to its previous launches, many are expecting an even epic turnout for the iPhone X.
So is there genuine interest in a phone that costs more than RM5,000? Well, just check out the crowd in front of Apple Store at Orchard Road, Singapore.
There’s already a huge crowd camping in front of the store based on photos tweeted by Yahoo Singapore at 10:53PM
You can check out the size of the queue at about 6PM in the video below. Apple Store staff are seen telling the crowd to take a step back so that everyone has enough breathing space.
According to Channel News Asia, some had seen five or six people queuing in front of the store as early as Wednesday. While most are wanting to own this 10th anniversary iPhone, some had admitted that they are selling their unit to make extra income.
The iPhone X is officially priced at S$1,648 (about RM5,126) for 64GB and $1,888 (about RM5,873) for 256GB. Pre-order units have sold out online and there’s now a 5-6 weeks waiting time on the Apple Online Store for Singapore. In Malaysia, the iPhone X is officially priced from RM5,149 but there’s no details on our local avaibility.