Fewer than usual but nonetheless excited customers queued up on Friday outside Apple's Sydney store to purchase the latest iPhone 12, after a month of delay. Footage highlights customers lining up outside the store while wearing masks and maintaining social distancing. "In low light it's very powerful, when you go out at night you can get a very clear and sharp photo," said an excited customer. Police and security guards made sure customers respected COVID-19 social distancing rules, sanitised their hands and wore masks before they entered the store. The new smartphone is thinner, smaller and lighter than its predecessors, with flat edges instead of curved ones, as well as the eagerly awaited 5G capabilities and a better camera. It is the first of Apple's phones to support 5G network.