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iPhone 3G lines are forming around South Florida

This afternoon at around noon, 16-year-old C.J. Wittus was the first person in South Florida waiting for a iPhone 3G. When I spoke with him eariler today, he said he had friends coming out to barbecue with him tonight to be a part of the experience.

Now there are reports of more lines forming. But it's nothing as huge as last year's release.

  • At 9:45 p.m. there were about 3 campers at the AT&T Pembroke Pines store at 18275 Pines Blvd.
  • Eight campers at AT&T Davie store at 1920 S. University Drive
  • Hialeahiphone3glineAt 8 p.m. there were 4 people at the AT&T Hialeah store at 663 W. 49th St., pictured to the right. This photo was provided by AT&T's spokeswoman Kelly Starling.
  • There's also a small line at the Park Sheridan Plaza store at 3353 Sheridan Street in Hollywood.

Have you spotted any lines in your neighborhoods? It seems that waiting this time is more about the experience rather than anything else. I don't think it will be too hard to find one later in the day tomorrow, so it's not necessary to camp out just to get one.


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