Shoppers around the world have been snapping up Apple's iPhone 5, which went on sale on Friday.
Huge queues outside churches, public toilets and the statue of a horse as people head to buy new iPhone using Apple Maps
Free online repair manual site iFixIt has pulled apart the new iPhone 5, or in its words given the smartphone "ourcustomary teardown-treatment."
Apple have responded to criticism of the map service on the iPhone 5, which was released in stores around the world on Friday.
Customers around the world are upgrading to iOS 6 with over 200 new features including Apple Maps, our first map service.
We are excited to offer this service with innovative new features like Flyover, turn by turn navigation, and Siri integration.
We launched this new map service knowing it is a major initiative and that we are just getting started with it.
Maps is a cloud-based solution and the more people use it, the better it will get.
We appreciate all of the customer feedback and are working hard to make the customer experience even better.
A cancer charity fundraiser from Kent was the first person to buy Apple's new iPhone 5 in the UK when it went on sale in Covent Garden at 8am on Friday morning.
Ryan Williams, 22, had been camping outside the store for seven days with friend Peter King, 19, to raise money for Cancer Research UK.
Thousands of fans have been camping outside the Apple store in Chicago, Illinois, to get their hands on the new iPhone5.
Aussie Todd Foot became the first person in the world to buy the first iPhone5 last night. Mr Todd had been camping outside the Apple store in Sydney since Tuesday.