Deliveries have started to arrive in Germany. Mine left Alaska last night.
Customers who got up early -- or stayed up late -- to pre-order Apple's (AAPL) new iPhone have started to reap their rewards.
Although deliveries were not due until end-of-day Friday, Oct. 14 -- the day of the official launch -- MacRumors reports that several customers in Germany have already received theirs.
Mine left Anchorage, Alaska, Monday at 11:11 p.m. local time, and unless it gets stuck in some UPS holding facility, it could very possibly to show up in Brooklyn a couple days early.
A $73.5 million investment in shares of Apple Inc. is now worth $207 million
Oil revenues from the Trans-Alaska Pipeline provided the capital for the Alaska Permanent Fund, a giant savings account created by the state's voters 1976 to make sure the legislature didn't spend the windfall all at once. But what's fueled the fund's growth in recent years -- and helped it hit a record $40.1 billion this week -- are its MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - Aug 3, 2011 6:41 AM ET
|American Airlines, US Airways to form largest air carrier Monday|
|Boost for trade as global deal struck|
|Japan's economy looks weaker after GDP revision|
|AMC gives rewards program members insider access to IPO|
|2 million Facebook, Gmail and Twitter passwords stolen in massive hack|