Consumers in Australia and New Zealand can party and pick up the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 pro on Friday, local time, foreign media reported. In fact, the day before, Australian fruit powder had been queuing up outside Apple’s official retail stores, hoping to become the first people in the world to buy Apple’s next-generation devices. < p > < p > according to Daniel van boom, editor of CNET, the first person in line at Apple’s Sydney store arrived at 11:30 p.m. (Thursday). < / P > < p > users in the region are usually the first to come into contact with Apple’s hardware products, and now they are publishing photos from the scene on social media. Instagram user jiriteach, from Wellington, got a graphite version of the iPhone 12 pro and quickly unpacked it online. < / P > < p > considering that the release of the iPhone 12 and the iPhone 12 Pro comes at a time of global new crown popularity, consumers in many parts of the world may not be willing to queue up. In the United States and Europe, apple offers a “quick” experience similar to a bank teller in some stores to limit queuing and encourage social distance. Apple extends AppleCare + purchase period: users can decide within 60 days