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PHOTOS: Long lines for Apple’s release of the iPhone X around the world

Denver Post Friday, 3 November 2017 ()
Long lines formed outside Apple stores around the world, a sign of strong demand from consumers waiting for the company’s 10th anniversary iPhone X. Beginning Thursday night, crowds surrounded Apple’s retail stores recalling the throngs that formed on the first day of iPhone sales on June 29, 2007. One big difference is the price: the iPhone X starts at $999, double the $499 entry-level price of the first version.
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Nov.03 -- The release of Apple's iPhone X sparked long lines at Apple stores as customers waited for a chance to purchase the new $1,000 phone. Bloomberg's Emma Chandra reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."

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