We were at the Ayala Musuem for the #GlobeiPhone4s event last night. Ayala Museum was packed with lots of people, eagerly waiting for Kaskade and Amber Davis to perform and of course, dying to finally see The iPhone 4s.

The event started a bit late in preparation to the countdown. Lots of celebrities, writers, press people and bloggers were at the event to witness Siri do a pole dance the official launch of the iPhone 4s.

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DJ Myx is performing outside. Awesome dude!

We got the chance to hang out with some members of Philmug. They are among the very first ones who went home with the iPhone 4s with subscription plans last night.

We’ve been using iPhone 4s for a month now and, as usual, the genuine and unique iDevice experience is outstanding. Globe’s iPhone 4S is really fast, thanks to its A5 processor. Its 8mp rear camera is topnotch. It is probably one of the fastest cameras we’ve seen and it can definitely rival to the Nokia N9’s camera. And of course, how can we forget – the ‘S’ in ‘4S’ (supposedly) – Siri! We had some personal time with Siri last night. We told her we love her but to our dismay, she just said that we have to get back to work.

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The countdown was spearheaded by Globe’s President and CEO, Ernest Cu. Prior to the countdown, Mr.Cu announced that they recently went to PNoy and personally gave him an iPhone 4s. According to the president of the leader in Postpaid, the President of the Philippines has been a long time Globe plan subscriber and was using his trusty old iPhone 3GS before he received his very own iPhone 4s.

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