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iPhone Hopefuls Already Camping outside London Apple Store

Campers are roughing it in style

Sep 18 2013, 12:55pm CDT | by

iPhone Hopefuls Already Camping outside London Apple Store
Daily Mail

Fans looking to be among the first to get their hands on the new iPhone 5S are camping outside the London Apple Store right now. One camper, seen in the photo here, has constructed a makeshift tent to help keep himself out of the elements while he waits.

The iPhone 5S is set to release this Friday giving the people about four days to wait outside the store. The man in the pictures is named Gad Harari and is 17 years old. His friend Noah Green is also camping out both plan to purchase the iPhone 5S.

One of the campers says that he has already refused an offer of £200 for his place in line. It seems his campout may be an effort to make money because he figures someone will offer £1000 later.

 
 
 

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