Only a bit more than two weeks remain until the iPhone X pre-order date, October 27, meaning the first customers will have their hands on the highly-anticipated smartphone in just over three weeks.
As these dates near, it’s only natural that Apple has begun to put up advertisements for the next-generation iPhone on billboards throughout the world in cities like Tokyo, San Francisco, Toronto, London, and more. Here’s a look at some of the new billboards.
Earlier this week, Redditor turnaround_ posted an image of workers painting a new iPhone X ad in Toronto, which some might say is a “lost art.”
Earlier this month, another iPhone X billboard in Downtown Toronto was spotted going up by Financial Post reporter Josh McConnell.
Tokyo is seeing some new billboards as well, as several iPhone X ads have been seen lining the streets of the incredibly popular shopping district of Harajuku.
Apple has also been setting up iPhone X billboards in the London Underground, or “Tube.”
More iPhone X billboards have been spotted outside San Francisco, a bit closer to Apple’s home base in Cupertino, California. One can only imagine that Apple, as the iPhone X release date nears, plans to ramp up the advertising in the form of more billboards, commercials, and other methods of advertising.