OK, so let’s say you didn’t preorder your iPhone 6s and you’re the sort of person who just has to get the new device at the Apple Store the day that it releases instead of, say, waiting for a week and picking one up without having to wait for hours in line. 9to5Mac has learned details about Apple’s retail store iPhone 6s launch plans for next Friday and there’s some key information you should know before you decide to spend the night camped outside your local Apple Store.

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In short, here are the basics:

  • Apple Stores will open their doors early at 8 a.m. on Friday.
  • Two hours before opening, Apple will split people into two lines: People who have reserved their iPhones already and those who haven’t.
  • You are limited to buying two iPhones per day.
  • If your store is out of stock, you’ll be encouraged to either order your iPhone online or make a reservation for another day.

To get the full scoop on what to expect when going to pick up the iPhone 6s this Friday, be sure to check out 9to5Mac’s full report here.

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