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Two iPhones Per Person at Apple Stores

Apple issued another press release today, announcing that the iPhone will be going on sale Friday, June 29th at 6:00 p.m. local time at Apple retail stores nationwide.

All 164 Apple retail stores will stay open until midnight and customers can purchase up to two iPhones. On Saturday morning, Apple will begin offering free workshops throughout the day at Apple stores so customers can learn how to get the most out of the iPhone.

"Apple retail stores were created for this moment -- to let customers touch and experience a revolutionary new product," said Ron Johnson, Apples senior vice president of Retail. "With our legendary Genius Bar support, free workshops and our One to One personal training, we're here to help customers get the most from their new iPhone."



Beginning June 30 and continuing through the summer, Apple Stores in the US will open early at 9:00 a.m. for iPhone sales. Customers can check iPhone availability at their local Apple retail store starting at 9:00 p.m. the night before at www.apple.com/retail.

Meanwhile, AT&T Stores are limiting sales of iPhones to one per person.

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96 months ago

That's what people said about the Wii...



These were all gone within 24 hours for over $600 a piece.


nintendo only made like 300,000 wiis at first launch... apple is making around 4 million. I dont think there will be a shortage. Ebay is for lazy ass people who dont wanna wait in line...
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