It’s a good day to be an iPhone fan, since the coveted iPhone 5 debuts today in 22 more countries. It was already available in the first wave on September 21st in the likes of USA, Canada, Australia, France, Germany and Japan, plus UK, but now it reaches more territories. Those include Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Hungary, Italy, Netherlands and more.


Prices will vary depending on the country and the amount of VAT will be the one to decide it. Spain, Slovenia, Slovakia, Portugal and Switzerland are on the list as well, in case you’re wondering. Before you rush to buy a unit, remember that there’s a Scuff Gate scandal going on, with potential scratches of the black iPhone 5 leading to shiny metal exposure on the sides. Also, the white version is rumored to be leaking light at the top part, so nothing’s perfect these days.

Also, the other day some people confirmed a mystery purple hue that their iPhone 5 pictures caught on camera, a potential photo sensor defect. Those are all isolated cases, that Apple didn’t even address, so before we get word that there’s a mass bug going on, you can feel safe to buy an iPhone 5. It offers you a dual core Apple A6 processor, 1 GB of RAM, a 4 inch display with 640 x 1136 pixel resolution, an 8 megapixel camera with sapphire glass protection, the brand new Lightning port and bundled Earpods headphones.

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