Shiloh Coral says she joined the iPhone 5 line in Manhattan to protest "consumer culture." She said society would benefit much more if people invested in education and helping low-income families rather than spending money on status symbols.
Hazem Sayed (right with the hat), CEO of Vibe, a social-networking service, holds the No. 1 spot in line at Apple's flagship store in Manhattan known as the Cube. He said earlier this week that some of the people in line joked among themselves that this was their version of Occupy Wall Street.
They called it Occupy Apple.
It's unlikely that Sayed could know that actual OWS members would arrive and name their protest Occupy Apple.