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Fans in Tokyo get hands on iPhone 4 first

06-25-2010 08:37 BJT

Customers waiting for the release of the new iPhone 4 line up outside Apple Inc's store in the Ginza district of Tokyo June 24, 2010. Fans stormed Apple Inc's store in Japan and operator Softbank Corp's outlets as the company launched a slim new version of its wildly popular iPhone. Due to the time difference in the global launch, Japanese stores were the first to get hold of the coveted iPhone 4, which debuts in the United States, France, Germany and the UK later on Thursday. (Xinhua/Reuters Photo)
Customers waiting for the release of the new iPhone 4 line up outside Apple 
Inc's store in the Ginza district of Tokyo June 24, 2010. Fans stormed Apple 
Inc's store in Japan and operator Softbank Corp's outlets as the company 
launched a slim new version of its wildly popular iPhone. Due to the time 
difference in the global launch, Japanese stores were the first to get hold 
of the coveted iPhone 4, which debuts in the United States, France, Germany 
and the UK later on Thursday. (Xinhua/Reuters Photo)


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