NEW YORK CITY - Apple Fans have already begun to set their tents and form their "I'm the craziest fan alive" lines in anticipation for the new iPhone4S this Friday. Unfortunately, Google maps have reportedly misled many and redirected them instead to the local Krispy Kreme shops.
Fortunately, most of them have a second iPhone to rely on for these kinds of emergency situations. However, not everyone is lucky enough to have two super smart phones. Wyatt Mendez said this about his 'yesterday's version' app, "For the life of me, I could not understand how Google maps misled me to the same Apple store I was just at yesterday."
Last week Apple unveiled the new iPhone5 before its employees and hundreds of twitter blogging reporters. Apple employees showed up for the same reason they always showed up, free food. Plus they get a one-week vacation if they keep their smart phones with the bright light app on.
Besides super-fans, IT gurus were also very excited because their fraternity code disallows them to buy anything that's 5 years old or older.
Surprisingly, even with many Apple fans leaving their homes early in the week to get the first spots on line, a bunch of homeless people networked over their Facebook walls and got to national Apple stores first.
When we asked one of the homeless persons from Apple's New York City flagship store how they intended to pay for their new iPhones they said they would sell their 'homes' on the line for the price of a "64 giga." Apparently, it's the quietest places to sleep.
Apple's iPhone4S set to be released this Friday, October 14th in all Apple stores nearby or wherever Google Maps misleads you.