A lineup has already formed for the new iPhone 5 at the flagship Fifth Ave Apple Store, reports Fortune.
Yesterday they were seven people lined up, each for business purposes. Today there appears to be ten people.
Samsung has denied any involvement in the ‘Wake Up’ protest that was held outside an Australian Apple Store recently, according to SlashGear.
Samsung has denied any involvement with the “Wake Up” flashmob staged outside an Apple Store in Australia, despite suggestions that it was an escalation of the company’s anti-iPhone campaign. Reported earlier this week, the flashmob saw dozens of black-clad men and women holding “Wake Up” signs converge outside of the Sydney Apple Store. However, “Samsung Electronics Australia has nothing to do with the ‘Wake-Up Campaign” the company told SlashGear today.
Samsung was thought to be behind the protest since it followed closely after a Samsung ad that represented Apple customers as sheep.
Shipping times for Time Capsules have been increasing steadily across regional online Apple stores in the United States, Australia, New Zealand, Germany, Italy, United Kingdom, France and other territories. While the 3TB version of Time Capsule is in stock at certain online Apple Stores, most now list the wireless backup appliance with up to 1-3 weeks delivery time. 2TB Time Capsules in some stores take 1-2 weeks. Over at Amazon (temporarily out of stock) and Best Buy (sold out) things aren’t looking peachy either.
The Time Capsule was updated fairly recently leading the site to believe that these shortages maybe caused by the flooding in Thailand which affected global hard drive supply.