I don't get it, such a waste. They flew all the way down there just to do this? http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/nation/iphone-6s-on-sale-braving-the-cold-outside-apple-store-sydney/story-e6frg6nf-1227542563694?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter&utm_campaign=Feed: TheAustralianNewsNDM (The Australian | News |) Text of article if you can't access: The first in the queue doesn’t even like Apple, the next two want to drop the iPhone as soon as it’s handed to them and not far behind them is a robot — this is the Sydney queue for the iPhone 6s. Tents and even an inflatable couch line the side of the George St building where the first of the new iPhones will be available to the public at 8am on Friday. Lindsay Handmer staked his spot at the front of the queue 17 days ago and will auction two iPhones to raise funds for Mission Australia. “I don’t actually own any Apple products myself. I am not an Apple guy,” Mr Handmer said. The auction will go ahead as soon as he has the phones in his hand on Friday and the funds will go straight to the charity that afternoon. Next in line are two Americans intent on pushing the iPhone to breaking point. “We are going to break it. We are going to do a drop test,” Keaton Keller and Matt Jones said in unison. The two flew from the US to get the iPhone a day earlier to show it off on their YouTube channel. Further down the line is a tablet connected to a pair of wheels, and a woman can be seen sleeping on the display. She is hoping to be the first robot to buy a phone, her sign says. But mostly it’s die-hard fans who are braving the wet. “I really love the brand,” said Vitor Epiphanio, who has been waiting for 10 days. “To be honest I love everything Apple. My dream is to work here,” he said.