iPhone 4 launch line photos from 5th Avenue NYC store

Invisible Shield for Apple iPhone 4!“We’re eagerly awaiting tomorrow’s iPhone 4 retail launch, even as the pre-orders begin to show up on desks and on doorsteps,” Michael Rose reports for TUAW.

“Photographer Matthew Redmond is in line at the 5th Avenue NYC flagship store, and he’s sending us pictures all through the day and night as the enthusiasm builds (and it better; it’s getting up into the 90s today in the city),” Rose reports.

Full article, with photos, here.

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  1. Forgive me for being smug, but it is really, really extremely annoying when someone is trying to convince you “I’m sure we’re the world champoins!” when you, as well as the rest of the world knows that hasn’t been the case since 1994.

    My country is fairly small, and rather bad at many things, but basketball (and, since recently, tennis) have been the one thing that we could be proud about. It isn’t the ignorance that bothers me (not everyone follows international sports, and certainly not many in the USA); it is the automatic assumption that USA is the best at everything, and therefore the world champion.

    If all goes as expected, we’ll see what happens on Saturday. I hope you’ll forgive me if I gloat, should team Serbia win against USA and eliminate them from further competition. We get very, very few chances to do that…

  2. @singidunum
    Winning the World Cup will be a great achievement for Serbia or any other country. I wish you and your team the best. For the record, however, “selective memories” and attributing “superiority” to one’s own group are human traits, and the U.S. did not invent these traits, nor do we have a monopoly on them.

    Of course, I will be cheering for the U.S. team because we are obviously the best and are always world champions.

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