Well, the inevitable has happened – those who actually placed an order for the iPhone SE or the 9.7” iPad Pro on March 24 earlier this month should have already begun to pick up their respective devices already, and not only that, the Apple retail stores will also open up their doors to facilitate the need for in-store sales.
Folks living in New Zealand had started to share with the world on how their new devices look like upon arrival, accompanied by unboxing images and the ilk, all making good leverage of social networks such as Facebook, Instagram, reddit, and Twitter. Others living in the US (only a small handful, mind you) were also lucky enough to pick up their 9.7” iPad Pro, too.
As the planet continues to turn on its axis while ushering in many countries in the east into March 31st, do expect to see the iPhone SE and the 9.7” iPad Pro to be made available in the first wave launch countries that will comprise of Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, New Zealand, Puerto Rico, Singapore, the UK, US Virgin Islands, and the US. One thing is for sure, it looks like there has not been any kind of queuing up fever associated with previous iPhone releases.