New York's first iPhone 3G customer breaks record Video
New York's first iPhone 3G customer breaks record Video Transcript
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>> Hi, I'd like to buy some iPhones.
>> We're here at the Apple store in New York 5th Avenue. Daniel, right here, with the first customer. Here buying the 3G iPhone.
>> I'd like to get--I'd like to get a phone for John McCain and Barack Obama as well.
>> What's your name sir, you're celebrating [unintelligent]. You're gonna have a July 4th [unintelligent].
>> That's right, Independence day. We just set a new world record for the longest time queuing for product launch and part of the reason was that we wanted--the Who Farm wanted to get a couple of iPhones for our next president who thinks different so the Who Farm got one for Barack Obama and the Who Farm got another one for John McCain.
>> And what's the WHO farm?
>> The WHO farm is the way [unintelligent]. It's a petition that launched it today in unison and unity with the 3G iPhone and we love the big Apple and we'll be back for the 4G and 5G and orgy or whatever it is.
>> So, is this all been worth it for you now that you're finally here purchasing your iPhone?
>> Well I can't wait to call my grandma.
>> So, is there any feature that you really cite about with this new iPhone?
>> Yeah, I'd like to take some pictures.
>> Yeah, you could do that with the old one, right.
>> Well I'd like to take some pictures with the Who Farm. I didn't have the old one. This is the first time I'm never gonna have a camera on my phone.
>> Well Daniel Bowman was the first in line and first into the store. It was David Hugh [phonetic] you who was the first one out. He was then mobbed by the press. That's gonna do it for us here. Jeff Buckley here at the iPhone store, 5th avenue New York City.
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