The Apple iPhone 5 has launched in the UK, drawing in yet more huge crowds of fans eagers to be among some of the first to get their mitts on device from the firm's flagship Regent Street store.
The iPhone 5 was announced earlier in September and drew some criticism with non-Apple fans claiming there wasn't anything "new" about the device, but this doesn't seem to have put off the punters, as you can see below.
The store opened at 8am those that had queued for so many days were probably eager to get into the warm, never mind getting a shiny new phone.
Richard Wheatcroft (pictured below), was the first man to get his hands on an iPhone 5 from the store, followed by Michael Roberts who was interviewed by V3 on the eve of the launch.
Coming out of the store fans looked excited and one fan told V3 it was "the best Apple launch yet".
Apple is yet to divulge its exact pre-order figures for the iPhone but it has confirmed that the iPhone 5 broke past the two million sales mark within 24 hours of being made available - no doubt Morphsuit man was one of those two million - he appears to have bought two.
Having been on hand at the event we're fairly certain the iPhone 5 will at least match and potentially beat the impressive sales performance of its predecessors, with the excitement among the rest of those that had queued for the device evident.
Check back with V3 in the near future for a full review of the Apple iPhone 5 and further reaction to its launch on the market.
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