Apple's retail stores around the world begin selling the latest iPhone models today. Fans of the iconic smartphone are known for camping out in front of stores in order to buy one. This debut was no different.
Fox News Radio's Eben Brown reports:
Before the sun rose here in the United States...
Apple stores in Beijing, London, and Sydney were open already, selling their new stock of Apple's iPhone 6s and 6s Plus.
Keaton Keller of Chicago couldn't wait the extra 12 hours, he flew down under:
(Keller) "We make YouTube videos, and, you know, a big thing, you know the new iPhone, so we're like, well why not be the first ones to get it and we traveled here."
Apple is also pushing a new pricing plan, allowing to you pay for your phone over time independent of your wireless carrier.
Eben Brown, FOX News Radio