According to Japanese site Macotakara, Apple first launch the iPhone 5 maybe with on October 14th in the United States, United Kingdom, France, Germany, and Japan.
Apple is reportedly holding a media event next Tuesday, October 4th to introduce the new iPhone, and an October 14th launch for the device would be in line with Apple's usual interval between announcement and availability and would line up most closely with previous rumors of a mid-October launch.
The report cites earlier comments from France Telecom CEO Stéphane Richard regarding an October 15th launch for the device on that carrier and reports of Apple retail store employee vacation blackouts for October 14th and 15th, but seems to have its own independent information regarding an October 14th launch. And there is still rumors that U.S. carrier AT&T will begin sell next generation iPhone on October 13 th.
Macotakara has occasionally offered accurate information in the past, although several of its claims also failed to come true. Even that is true, I think there is no need to be sad for other countries' users, Apple should release new iPhone to global in a short time, as the competitors of Apple will not give it a minute to break.