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First Look: Just like everyone else, we also spent a few hours in line to purchase Apple’s ridiculously expensive iPhone. After spending a day or so with the phone, it is clear to us that Apple has created a special product that extends far beyond the definition of a cellphone.
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Warren (MI) - It took less than 10 minutes for the first person on the East Coast to put Apple's new iPhone up on eBay.
The Warren, Michigan eBay seller, whose username is firexonxme, says, "I have this phone on hand ready to get shipped out." He says he purchased it from a retail Apple Store location. He's asking for $1200 for the 8 GB iPhone, twice the retail cost.