Plus videos from the launch in Frankfurt, Milan, Tokyo, Paris, Sydney, London and Zurich
Apple's (AAPL) international fan base greeted the iPad in nine countries Friday morning with the usual hoopla -- albeit in different accents and with various degrees of self control. The Germans, for some reason, seem to have the most fun at these events.
Here's something you don't see very often.
A high-res panoramic camera captured the mob scene Saturday morning when Apple (AAPL) opened its flagship Munich retail outlet -- the first Apple Store in Germany. A huge crowd showed up, and it's all there in QTVR -- QuickTime virtual reality.
To experience the thing, created by photographer Willy Kaemena (visible at the center of the panorama), click on the image above -- or go MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - Dec 6, 2008 11:59 AM ET
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