Apple Opens Tokyo Store Gates Early, Shields People Waiting For iPhones From Hurricane

It seems a mere typhoon (hurricane) warning wasn’t enough to stop Apple fans from waiting outside the Ginza Store in Tokyo, to be the first few to get their hands on the newly released iPhone 5S and 5C.

The Apple store employees, however, opened up the gates and let the people in early at 7:30 AM, shortly before the typhoon actually hit, in order to protect them from the calamity.

They were allowed to bring in their wet possessions, rest in the Apple Store theater until 10am, and were even given bottled water. “I was so moved how Apple treats its customers,” said YouTube user AppTaylor

(Via 9to5Mac)

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