It used to be every time Apple introduced a new product die hard fans would camp outside of their local Apple store to get their hands on it. Today, most fans order the product online. So who is camping outside of the stores these days?
New York based freelance journalist Casey Neistat noticed something very odd about the lines for the iPhone 6 in New York City. They all seemed to be populated by older Chinese people who couldn’t speak English and did not look like your stereotypical Apple fan.
So what was really going on? When the doors opened no one clapped, and nearly everyone bought two iPhones with cash. Something was definitely afoot, and Casey thinks it has something to do with the black market.