Perhaps the UK is not as crazy about the iPhone as the US, or perhaps everyone used up their holiday time over the summer. Or might even be that camping out on a frosty UK night is just a wee bit less inviting than a warm June day in San Francisco.
Regardless, the iPhone wait in London is not what it was in the states. As of 9:30 AM Thursday (roughly 33 hours before the iPhone goes on sale) there was not a single person waiting in front of the flagship Apple store on Regent Street.
UPDATE: It seems that early this afternoon, customers have begun to line up outside the store, shortly before it began to rain. Temperatures are predicted to get down around 7 degrees Celsius. Should be a cold, soggy night for iPhone fanatics...
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