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CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) -
It's what millions of people across the globe have been waiting on: Apple has unveiled it's new IPhone 5.
Fans are clearly psyched about the newest member of the Apple family, unveiled Wednesday afternoon.
"I'm gonna go for the five, definitely," said Aric Taylor who works in IT for a local company. "I did the skip on the 4S so I'm still on the four right now so I figured I'd let one generation go and get the five when it came out."
The newest IPhone boasts a 4-inch screen, a slightly slimmer body and a faster internal processor so you can access the Internet and download apps faster.
AT&T announced Wednesday it will start pre-selling the IPhone 5 on Friday and the phone will be available in stores the following week starting September 21.
Still not everyone is excited about Apple's newest phone.
Charlottean Sylester King bought the IPhone 5's predecessor, the 4S because its price tag was more wallet-friendly.
"I waited," he said. "I been holding my old phone until the new one comes out. I was like, naw, 250-- that's a bit much."
Then there are those who long to be on team IPhone, like Crystal Edgerton who admitted to having a bit of IPhone envy.
"A little bit," she said. "It seems really nice."
Still, Edgerton said she's going to keep the phone she currently has.
"I'll probably stay with the Galaxy," she said. "I mean, I'm not a techie person. As long as works."
Not a bad motto but Taylor is and added he is all about the next big thing.
Still there's one thing he told WBTV even he won't do for the IPhone 5.
"I'm not going to stand in line," he said. "So I'll go do the pre-order and ship it to my house. I've got other things to do."
Apple said the phone will retail for $199 but that's usually for new customers only. Existing customers typically pay a higher price so you should check with your carrier.