It's a little early to call it, but the Apple enthusiasts over in Tokyo may have just endured the most taxing campout for a new iPhone to date. We've already reported that some people are already camping out in front of the Apple Store on New York's Fifth Avenue, but Apple fans in Tokyo just had to endure a typhoon that struck the city, which prompted evacuations in some areas. But Toyko's Ginza branch didn't dare leave the loyal fans out in the rain and wind; instead, the store invited them in.
The official launch date of the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C (September 20) may still technically be but a rumor, but that isn't stopping a few intrepid souls from camping out in front of Apple's retail store on New York's Fifth Avenue. As reported by MacRumors, two representatives from Cincinnati's SellYourMac showed up this morning expecting to be the first to start the long campout, but were surprised to find two other enthusiasts already ahead of them.