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One buyer shows off his two new iPhones in London Telegraph

iPhone 4S has now debuted with the memories of the late Steve Jobs. This is the first time that an iPhone hits the markets worldwide without Apple's legendary co-founder.

The smartphone, which may or may not live up to consumer's satisfaction with the previous iPhone 5 hypes, had been unveiled just a day before Jobs died. The device evoked strong online pre-orders.

Shoppers had started to queue up outside the Apple retail stores hours before the sales began.

Apple, previously, sold 1 million iPhone 4Ss in the first 24 hours via its Web site and carriers AT&T, Verizon and Sprint, which made its debut this time.

The 3.5-inch TFT Retina multi-touch display device has arrived with a rear 8 MP camera with 1080p HD video capture capability and secondary VGA camera for video chat, and an A5 processor powered by 1GHz dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 CPU, PowerVR SGX543MP2 GPU.

The new 140 grams device also features the new iOS 5 that will arrive with 200 new features that will include Improved Notifications System, News Stand and iMessage. A dual-LED flash camera, however, is missing.

The video below shows the long queue of iPhone fans outside Apple retail stores.