The day has arrived and lines have formed at Apple stores around the US. If you’re in the US and have cable TV, CNBC is carrying live feeds from various cities awaiting the first sales of the iPhone.
There are Internet streaming sites also covering the launch and include live chat. The NYC Soho Apple Store is covered live at iphonelaunch.tv. The chat room is full, but they’ve added a second web site for chat.
Many of you already know that Scoble is broadcasting from the Palo Alto, CA Apple Store onustream.tv. There is also a live chat available. Scoble’s feed has been experiencing audio difficulties, but the video is not bad. Zoomr TV is providing the equipment and using Sprint’s EVDO network for transmission of the live stream.
The first sale of the iPhone occurs at 6pm local time, so NY’ers will be able to purchase 3 hours ahead of California line dwellers.