The new iPhone hits shelves on Friday, and that usually means fans lining up outside Apple Stores around the world. But like almost everything else in 2020, iPhone launch day is going to look different this year. Apple’s retail operations have taken a hit from the coronavirus pandemic, and although the company says almost all its stores around the world have reopened, crowding around and inside stores is still risky. The process to acquire Apple’s latest device in person, as a result, is more complicated this year. If you are looking to get your hands on the new smartphone as soon as possible, here are your options. Read more at CNN Business.