Manhattan iPhone Watch: T minus 2.5 days
The downtown SoHo location now sports a short line, but the 5th Avenue line has not gotten any longer.
11 PM Eastern time, and the iPhone's just over two days away. The latest news from the NYC
It's similar to the mission undertaken by David Clayman in the 5th Avenue line, except that he's planning to donate the profits to pro bono organization Taproot.
When I asked Lanpher and Broad what they planned to do about the still-predicted thunderstorms, they shrugged and said "Lean-tos? Umbrellas?" Broad then joked, "We're going to try to change the weather with the iPhone." He noted that there's a North Face store just around the corner.
The, on the other hand, doesn't appear to have gotten any longer. First-in-liner Greg Packer was asleep, but Clayman was wide awake and said that he was approaching his all-time record for the least amount of sleep in a given amount of time. "I'm having too much fun with it!" he added.