First iPhone 6s Shoppers All Smiles in Rain as Apple Store Opens

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The new iPhone 6S and 6S Plus are hitting stores on Friday and people, as well as a robot, around the world are already lining up.

Lucy the robot was among the first to wait in the rain in Sydney, Australia.

"I obviously have my work and other things to attend to and can't spend two days lining up so my boss at work suggested I take one of the robots down and use it to stand in my place," said operator, Lucy Kelly, via an iPad mounted on top of the wheeled robot.

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