By Anton D. Nagy | September 21, 2012 4:10 AM
Apple fans, why do you stand in line like that? Didn’t you hear? The “next big thing” is already here, says Samsung, who claims it doesn’t take a genius to figure out that their flagship owns the iPhone 5. Well, you don’t seem to care and even more, continue to stand in line for the iPhone 5. I guess this is the Apple-like buzz Samsung is dreadming about, from Georgetown to Tokyo, from London, Berlin, and Paris to Canberra and Hong Kong.
Apple’s latest smartphone, the iPhone 5, goes on sale today in nine select markets around the world (U.S., Canada, the U.K., Germany, France, Australia, Japan, Hong Kong and Singapore), where people either already left with their phones or are still waiting in line for their gadget, depending on the time zone. While Apple couldn’t stop emphasizing that every aspect of the iPhone has been upgraded, initial reactions divide commenters in two: those excited who can’t wait to grab one and those disappointed who think it’s to little.
If you’re interested to know our opinion on the iPhone 5 stay glued to Pocketnow as we’re expecting Apple’s latest and greatest to land in our labs; we’ll, as usual, take a look at every aspect and tell you all the good and bad things about it.