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Are People Waiting on line overnight for their new iPhones this year?

Asked by serenityNOW (3641points) June 18th, 2009

Or was that just something people did when the first one came out?

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DominicX's avatar

Well, as fun as that sounds, I don’t think I’ll be doing that. I do intend on getting mine tomorrow, long line or not. :)

The_Compassionate_Heretic's avatar

There will be people waiting overnight. Many Apple consumers are very passionate about Apple products.

elijah's avatar

Yes, I assume there will be people waiting in line. Not me. I’ve had the original since day one and Im still happy with it.

YARNLADY's avatar

They showed some on the local news tonight.

Lightlyseared's avatar

There’s a queue outside apples shop in New York. There were pictures of them with apple umbrellas.

aprilsimnel's avatar

Nope. I can’t even upgrade on AT&T until November since I just got a 3G in March.

ckinyc's avatar

The line started on Thur afternoon in NYC 5 Ave store. I think the line in Tokyo started around the same time. Go figure! I am getting mine from a Fedex guy before 3pm on Friday.

Fangorn81's avatar

Ha. No, I ordered online and am having mine delivered to my house!

LexWordsmith's avatar

It’s much easier to get one in person, by waiting in line—at least there will be someone to talk to, you won’t be all alone in front of your computer for hours on end.

Lightlyseared's avatar

@LexWordsmith I like being alone in front of my computer for hours. It gives me a chance to fluther.

LexWordsmith's avatar

hmmmm, i suspect that i have not adequately inhaled the groupthink…...

DominicX's avatar

Wow. The guy working at the Apple Store was adorable. I mean, he was just…wow…

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