iPhone 5 Launch
iPhone 5 fans (and publicists) are already making their presence felt in at least one Apple store in New York City as they have already started lining up for next week's iPhone 5 in-store launch.
The iPhone 5, which Apple unveiled this week after months of intense consumer anticipation went on pre-order at midnight on Friday and within one hour Apple announced that it had sold out of its first batch of the next-gen handsets...Numerous people have posted comments in response to various news reports about the worldwide Apple feeding frenzy and here's a look at what some of them had to say.
Although Apple is a country based in the United States and yesterday's iPhone 5 launch took place in California, Apple still has fans all around the world. In jolly old England, consumers are reacting to the launch of the iPhone 5 similarly to their American counterparts. Their emotional reactions to the new technology are markedly less intense, however. Here we have a roundup of comments collections from the readers of several British news sites that have reported on the iPhone 5.
Consumers have been hyped up for months and months as they've eagerly awaited the next big thing from Apple - the iPhone 5. Now that it's been released, a lot of the previous anticipation has turned to bitter disappointment in the eyes of many. Here is a roundup of comments from consumers around the globe lamenting over what is, in their eyes, a major failure on the part of Apple's usual high level of creativity and innovation.
For months the media and consumers alike have been abuzz with anticipation of the release of the iPhone 5. With rumors circling about the upgraded, updated smartphone, expectations grew exponentially. Now that the iPhone 5 has finally been released, consumers are having mixed responses. Here is a look at a number of reactions from the general technology-loving public...
At Apple's media event today at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco, the headlining act was the iPhone 5 but Apple also made a detailed announcement and subsequent presentation about the company's new music products.
The long-awaited launch of the iPhone 5 finally arrived today during Apple's press conference, which was held at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco. Apple's senior vice president Phil Schiller and CEO Tim Cook took to the stage to talk shop about the next-gen smartphone.
Apple has had its share of negative publicity, more so from consumers than the press, over its recent decisions to go up against Samsung in courtrooms around the world over intellectual property issues. Will tomorrow's highly anticipated launch of the iPhone 5 bee enough to stave off the negativity about the company, its products and business practices?