Thousands of eager fans lined up yesterday at Apple stores in various countries to buy the new version of iPhone, the first release of the company since the recent death of its co-founder Steve Jobs.Long lines formed from many hours before the opening of the premises against the Apple Stores in Sydney to Paris, via Tokyo, Frankfurt or London, the largest in the world.
Employees of the latter ma soda shop early distributed to about 300 people waiting. Rob Shoesmith, who introduced himself as "a big fan of Apple," was 10 days camping. In a shop in Sydney, Tom Mosca (15), said he made three days of tail "as a tribute to Jobs". "His death saddened me," he said. But the news was in the business of Los Gatos, California, where the row was led by , the man who co-founded Apple with Jobs. "The long wait begins, I'm the first in line," he said on Twitter. The iPhone 4S sold from $ 200 and is characterized by Siri, a system that can operate the phone by voice. No one knows when will be sold in the country.