Phylis Decker from North Bendigo was one of the lucky first to score the new iPhone.
Ms Decker published a Facebook post thanking God for her new iPhone with the gratitude quickly spread to Facebook and Twitter.
The Bendigo Standard spoke with The Man Upstairs who denied involvement. “She does this every year! I don’t do anything. Zilch, zip, nada. What happened is there was no queue and Phylis found a really good car park near Telstra.”
Upon hearing the news, local Pastor FJ Holden said “3-year-olds in the iPhone factory made more than artists during the lockdown. The factory workers don’t need Apple maps because they sleep in the same place they work.”
“Do you know how busy I am? I’ve got better things to do than give someone a new iPhone. Can you hold on for a second? I need to stop that asteroid from destroying Earth” The Man Upstairs said.