iPhrenzy as consumers finally nab Apple's latest phone
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Finally, one of the year's most hyped consumer devices is in the hands of consumers across the globe.
Applethis morning to droves of fans, many of whom -- and -- in order to be among the first to nab it.
While there were some, and preorder delivery dates have been , lines in front of Apple stores on both U.S. coasts move pretty fast and smiling consumers emerged with their much coveted iPhones in hand.
The iPhone 5 has been getting glowing reviews, including one from CNET's Scott Stein earlier this week who wrote: "Finally, the iPhone we've always wanted."
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