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Some people just have to be first. So, a day before Apple's major announcement Wednesday, at least one person appears to be camping outside a store.
On Tuesday, CNET's Australia and Asia editor, Seamus Byrne, posted an image on Twitter of a silver and green tent on the pavement in front of an Apple store in Sydney. "Oh my. Peak Apple. Someone is queuing in Sydney before THEY HAVE EVEN ANNOUNCED ANYTHING!!!" the caption read.
It's unclear whether anyone was actually in the tent.
Last year, people with lawn chairs, umbrellas and/or sleeping bags in tow—lined up in front of an Apple's flagship store in New York when the company's iPhone 6 was merely a rumor.
Apple shares gained more than 2 percent Tuesday morning as investors geared up for Wednesday's announcement.
Apple hasn't spilled details about the event, but it is widely expected to introduce an upgraded iPhone, a larger iPad and an revamped version of Apple TV.