Earlier this month we reported that Apple was about to invade the Korean market and get in Samsung's face by releasing their hot iPad Air and iPad Mini with Retina on December twentieth. Well, the invasion surprisingly landed today, reports the Korean press. Did Korea's Apple fans (known as "maniacs" in Korea) line up to get their hands on the hottest smartphone and tablets in the world as hoped for? Well, take a look for yourself.
A Korean report this morning shows that South Korean consumers queued up to purchase Apple's iPad Air and Retina iPad mini at Frisbee, Apple's retail outlet in Myeong-dong, central Seoul, on Monday, the first day the new devices hit the stores in the country.
Despite Samsung's big ad campaign laughing at Apple's iSheep lining up to buy the latest iPhone, the faithful laughed at Samsung and put their hard earned money into products created by Apple.