Previously, when Apple has released new products such as the iPhone 4s or the iPad 3 device, we have seen people queuing up at their shops for hours in advance. In some cases, we have even seen people queuing at the shops overnight and camping out in the queues. With the release of the iPhone 5 said to be on its way from Apple within the next couple of months, it is expected that we will once again see this happening.
In the UK, there have been a number of technology bloggers that have already announced that they will be camping out to get their hands on a copy of the iPhone 5 when it is released. Of course, this is for work purposes as they will then report on the iPhone 5 to the world through their online blogs. However, it is expected that this will also be the case for many Apple consumers in the UK and America with London Apple Stores expected to see huge queues for the product.
There is no doubt that there is a huge demand for this Apple iPhone 5 product as there have been so many rumours floating around about it and people were not happy with the iPhone 4s and are looking for the solution from Apple.
Latest Update on iPhone 5
I have curated some update on apple iphone5, check them out below:
iPhone 5 Likely To Support China Mobile’s Massive 3G Network. The next-generation iPhone could well be the first smartphone from the Apple stable to be considered truly global. According to Sterne Agee analyst Shawn Wu, the iPhone 5 will officially debut in October and support China Mobile’s 3G TD-SCDMA network
Pressure on iPhone 5 as figures show Samsung Galaxy S3 demand still rocketing. Apple and Samsung remain embroiled in a legal battlebut competition between the tech giants remains as fierce in the marketplace as it is in the courtroom, as demand for the latter’s Galaxy S3 smartphone continues to soar ahead of Apple’s forthcoming iPhone 5 release. So much so, that satisfying consumers’ insatiable appetite for the phone is threatening to become a problem in itself for Samsung.
IPhone 5 Bar Raised by Samsung’s S III: Rich Jaroslovsky. For five years, every new smartphone has faced the same simple question: Is it better than an iPhone?
Rumour mills are abuzz with iPhone 5’s features: 4-inch screen, 3D maps, updated siri, 4G/LTE, NFC are some. What more do you expect in the new iPhone?. CEO of Foxconn (hardware partner of Apple) said last week that the new iPhone 5 would put Samsung’s Galaxy III into “shame”.