We'll be on the scene on both sides of the U.S. covering the iPhone 4 launch at various retail outlets, but we can't be everywhere. That's where you come in. Will you be out braving the crowds (or maybe lack thereof in your neck of the woods) to get a shiny new iPhone? If so, we want to see any line photos and hear any stories (both good and bad) about your launch day adventure that you think CNET readers would enjoy.
Send us your photos, anecdotes, or news tidbits from wherever you are to ReaderSubmissions@cbs.com, and we'll put the good stuff here. We'll also be keeping an eye on your comments and filtering the best ones to the top. In the meantime, bookmark this page and come back to it on Thursday morning for updates throughout the day.
Update at 1:56 p.m. on June 24: Reader Paul DeCesare sends in a photo he took with his new iPhone 4 (received on Wednesday) of the line formed at the Apple store in Scottsdale, Az. The folks there got umbrellas too, but not for the same reason Chicago customers did.
Update at 7:27 a.m. on June 24: CNET reader Pamela sends us this shot from inside the Augusta, Ga., Apple store, where part of the line had to be moved inside due to the heat:
Update at 4:48 a.m. on June 24: A reader sends in this shot from South Park Mall in Charlotte, N.C.:
Update at 3:35 a.m. on June 24: Gary Berman sends us this shot of the Apple store line at the Perimeter Mall in Atlanta, Ga., half an hour before the Apple store opens:Here is view of the outside of that same mall in Atlanta, provided by Levent Cimkentli:
Update at 9:53 p.m. on June 23: A reader sends in this shot of the line growing outside the North Michigan Avenue Apple store in Chicago. She writes: "At around 10:30 p.m. [CDT] the line was at the M Burger restaurant" (which is around the corner):
Update at 3:57 p.m. on June 23: Reader Fred Bachhuber sends in this photo update from the line formed on Michigan Avenue in Chicago. The weather isn't cooperating with line-sitters' plans on Wednesday night, but Bachhuber says Apple handed out large umbrellas to help keep them dry.
Update at 1:01 p.m. on June 23: CNET reader Fabian Obispo has sent us this great line video from the Fifth Avenue Apple store in New York: