Months of waiting came to a climax tonight as Apple started selling its iPhone in stores across the US.
As it goes with highly anticipated events, the actual launch was somewhat of an anti-climax. Hundreds of people waited for hours, some of them days, and every one of them received an iPhone. But all they really did was walk in the store and hand over Apple a bundle of cash (activation will be handled over the internet, so buyers couldn't use the phone just yet.
You don't have to feel bad for the people at the front of the line, such as our Jerry Taylor who waited for 33 hours and was the first person to get into the store. Most of them really enjoyed the experience and made new friends.
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