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Apple iPhone5 draws early crowds at Charlotte-area malls

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    DAVIE HINSHAW - THE CHARLOTTE OBSERVER
    Customers lined up early outside the Apple store at NorthLake Mall to try to get the new iPhone that want on sale Friday.
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    DAVIE HINSHAW - THE CHARLOTTE OBSERVER
    This scene of waiting customers looking to get the new iPhone played out in Charlotte and many other sites Friday.
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    DAVIE HINSHAW - THE CHARLOTTE OBSERVER
    Patience, and comfortable shoes, were needed while waiting at Northlake Malll to get a new iPhone Friday.

Customers in Charlotte, and around the world, lined up early Friday to try to buy one of Apple’s new iPhone 5C and the iPhone 5S smartphones. At NorthLake Mall, some people waited for more than an hour to buy one of the phones from the mall’s Apple Store. The iPhone 5C will cost $99 for a 16-gigabyte model and $199 for a 32-gigabyte model with a two-year wireless contract. Meanwhile, the 5S will cost $199 for 16 gigabytes of memory, $299 for 32 and $399 for 64 gigabytes for buyers entering a two-year contract.

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