3G S Day Photos From the Apple and AT&T Stores

We had a blast this morning handing out some goodies at the Apple and AT&T stores in Nashville for the iPhone 3G S release. Here’s a quick slideshow of photos we snapped. Were you there? Are you in any of these?


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  • http://twitter.com/rmrf Ivan Grynov

    I expect photos made by 3GS, not Nikon. :(

  • http://loudestnoise.com David Cintron

    Really Dave? A flash photo slideshow? How am I supposed to see the pics on my iPhone 3G S?!

  • http://www.griffintechnology.com Dave Delaney

    Actually, the photos were made with my Nikon. It's true. Most of them were shot before Apple opened their doors.

    Thanks Ivan.

  • shellybae

    I am excited about the copy and paste features as well as the video camera with editing and advanced GPS.

    Thanks Apple!!

  • http://nashvillehomes-search.com/ Nashville Real Estate

    Great Post! Thanks for the helpful blog! I look forward to reading it and I am sure others do as well! Thanks again and have a great day!

  • http://www.jmsstrategies.com/ John, Employee Training

    I saw the management in pocket app for the phone…What is the most unique app you've seen?

  • http://www.griffintechnology.com/connect Dave Delaney

    I think this one is pretty unique: http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/

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