Apple unveiled its iPhone 5 earlier in September and despite naysayers' claims that there isn't anything "new" in the iPhone 5, fans have once again braved London's streets to queue for the device ahead of its launch on Friday.
On location at the Apple Regent Street store, V3 took the opportunity to interview one of the die hard Apple fans, Michael Roberts - who's been queuing all week - to find out just what makes the iPhone 5 so special.
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