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Lines formed outside Apple Inc. stores across the world Friday as fans flocked to buy the new iPhone X, signaling stronger demand for the 10th-anniversary version of the premium smartphone than the previous two iterations.In Australia, around 400 people queued outside Apple's main store in central Sydney to pay 1,579 Australian dollars ($1,218) for the new phone.In Apple's Omotesando store in Tokyo, some 550 people were waiting in a line stretching to around 600 meters.Demand and supply for the iPhone X appear to be coming back into balance, according to Apple's online store. While last week users trying to order the iPhone X were told they faced waits up to five to six weeks, these delays are now three to four weeks.
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