Apple News: iPhone hits Germany with fanfare

Not rain, nor wind, nor chill of night would stop German shoppers from getting their hands on a new iPhone. Shortly after midnight, T-Mobile began selling the Apple iPhone in downtown Cologne, Germany, where an estimated 400 people braved the harsh weather. T-Mobile had planned ahead and handed out umbrellas, blankets, coffee, and pretzels to the waiting customers. A few radio stations offered more than 1,000 euros for the first iPhone purchased, but the buyer preferred to keep the phone.

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