Activity surrounding the much anticipated iPhone launch is coming from all quarters. According to Gizmodo, a line in front of the Apple Store in New York City has already begun. So, what’s the word on iPhone from around the web?
Pictures of the first two guys in line at the NYC Apple Store from Gizmodo.
Gizmodo appears on The Daily Show tomorrow night to explain the iPhone.
The Apple Insider reports that the faithful will be joined on their iPhone sleepover by Apple employees.
The Insider also describes details on how the launch will occur at Apple Stores.
Come Friday morning, all Apple retail stores will open around 10:00 a.m. local time for a 4-hour stint. They’ll then shutter for the same amount of time while prepping for the iPhone premiere, reopening at 6:00 p.m. local time with the gadgets for sale.
“We’ll open the doors again at 6:00 p.m., when you can be one of the first to see, try, and buy the iPhone,” Apple said in a message posted on its retail website. “Be sure to arrive early — iPhone is available on a first-come, first-served basis.”
Engadget reveals the security plan for iPhone deliveries.
FedEx drivers to deliver the goods in teams (one must carry the boxes, the other wields a big stick) for the 6pm store opening.
From BarCamp the first iPhone Dev Camp on July 6 and 7.
What other announcements of note have you heard?