Huawei hijacked Apple store queues to hand out its own chargers – CNET

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(Cover Image)A Huawei representative hands a power bank to fans queuing outside Singapore’s Apple Store the night before the new iPhones begin sales.


Apple isn’t known for its iPhone’s battery capacities — and Huawei wants to help.

The Chinese phone maker took to the streets outside Singapore’s Apple Store to give out power banks to buyers queuing to be one of the first to get Apple’s newest iPhones, and conducted a similar stunt in London this morning with a “juice” van offering both electricity and drinks with “no traces of Apple.”

The Chinese phone maker wants to help users power up their new iPhones.


The Singapore stunt was carried out at 11 p.m. local time the night before Apple opened its doors, Huawei confirmed to CNET in an email. The reason for the friendly handout was to “offer respite from the weather and gruelling wait,” according to a representative, who added that more than 200 of the company’s 10,000mAh Huawei Supercharge power banks were distributed.

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