Apple iPhone is now available in stores
It's Friday, but more importantly – it's Friday, October 14th. And that means it's iPhone 4S time in the States. Starting today Apple's newest iPhone packing a dual-core processor, a reworked 8-megapixel camera and Siri, your witty personal voice assistant, is available at Apple Stores, the three major US carriers – Verizon, AT&T and Sprint - offering the phone, as well as Best Buy. Pre-orders should also start arriving very soon.
You probably know that already, but just to remind you – the iPhone 4S is offered in black and white from day one and you can pick one of three varieties – a 16GB version priced at $199.99 with a 2-year contract, a 32GB going for $299.99 on a contract and a 64 gig model selling for $399 when you sign with a carrier.
Are you waiting in line like the biggest iPhone fan boy, Rob Shoesmith? Were you among the first to get it? Have you seen any huge lines?
We're hearing about lines in front of some Apple Stores as well as Sprint stores, but we're sure that you could add even more details to that. Don't hesitate to send us pictures of the iPhone 4S first day sales with the name of the store at our from our tips page and chime in with your experiences below!