Some cool iPhone News images:

Selling the Public Press to people waiting in line at iPhone 4 launch at San Francisco Apple Store
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Image by Steve Rhodes

There were long lines when the iPhone 4 went on sale at 7 am on Thursday, June 24th

The line wasn't as long by the time I returned to get a phone around 3 pm that afternoon, but I was warned the wait could be five hours

It turned out to be about three hours (which still was long enough that some people left the line even though they had reserved a phone).

Photos from the early line Tues & Wednesday

Some of the photos on Demotix

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Image by suzannelong
I can't believe I forgot to mention the TinEye Music iPhone app to Brad when we'd been chatting the night before his talk. And much later on the Zap Friday, Paul and Leila from Idée arrived with the news their app was now live on the iTunes store.

A few nice iPhone News images I found:

awesome news! Pebble now shows RunKeeper stats. Been waiting for this. Hope @getdigifit follows
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Image by NickDawson

Deseret News Front Page Apr 13, 2011
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Image by Paul Mayne
An article on the Chinese Immersion programs in Utah.

Great news. Spring is here!
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Image by williamsdb
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