Early Morning Line Outside Greenville Verizon For New iPhone

Nearly a dozen people were camped outside the Verizon store overnight, waiting to buy the newest iPhone.

While the Verizon store along Greenville Boulevard does not open until 8 a.m., some Apple enthusiasts were lined up since 11:30 Thursday night waiting for their chance to grab an iPhone 5S or 5C.

"The fingerprint technology is going to be a new way to unlock your phone, and also to just confirm different things on your phone," said Luis Cameron. "It's better security for your phone versus a pass code lock."

Nationwide, lines are out the locked doors at cell phone provider and Apple stores.

Apple sold a record five million smartphones during last year's iPhone debut.

We encourage commenting on our stories to give you a chance to express your opinion. We rely upon the online community to report abuse. Repeat violators may be banned from posting comments. CLICK HERE for the witn.com guidelines for posting comments.
powered by Disqus