Apple cancelled its scheduled sale of iPhone 4S in one of its stores in China’s capital Beijing on January 13.
Crowds outside the store in the Sanlitun district were waiting on queues overnight. There were incidents of scuffle between shoppers and the store’s security staff when shoppers, hundreds of them, were told that the sales had been cancelled. Some of people waiting outside the store pelted eggs. The police intervened later and took away some of the shoppers.
A woman is dragged away by police after she refused to leave from the front of the Apple store in the Beijing district of Sanlitun. (Reuters)
A man is dragged away by police after he refused to leave from the front of the Apple store in the Beijing district of Sanlitun. (Reuters)
Police remove some people from the crowd outside an Apple store while they were waiting for it to open in Beijing. (Reuters)
Police stand guard outside an Apple store after they dispersed a crowd from the front of the building in Beijing. (Reuters)
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