iPhone 4S London launch





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Published on Oct 14, 2011

Macworld editor Karen Haslam and iPad & iPhone User editor David Price were up at the crack of dawn this morning to catch the crowds of fans queuing outside the London Apple Stores to buy an iPhone 4S.

We spoke to Craig Fox and Daniel James, who had queued outside the Regent Street store for 160 hours. They held the first and second place positions outside the store.

Over at the Covent Garden store we spoke to Rob Shoesmith, who had been waiting outside for ten days. Shoesmith spoke to us about what it was like to find out about the death of Steve Jobs while camping outside the store. "I found out about half four in the morning when the tributes started coming in," he told us, "it was not very nice news at all".

Stay tuned to Macworld at http://www.macworld.co.uk today, we've just received an iPhone 4S here in the office so we'll be telling you all about it.

Comments • 7

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Jay Sutherland
Remember the iPhone 4s, great at the time.
acne,Just kidding mate.I got my 4s on the same day,Exept i was at Trafford Centre.Got lucky i was 17th to get in
Does anyone else really want one of these but doesn't want to pay £499 for one! :o Steve Jobs is a ledgend tho!!
Paul D
Ryan Taylor
sad bastards 
gonzalo marquez
@trdracer21 remember their face for when iphone5 comes in a couple of months with the real changes
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