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Thousands of United States gadget fans flocked to stores on Friday to be the first buyers of Apple's iPhone, a music-playing and web-browsing device expected to shake up the mobile industry. Crowds lined up at some of Apple's outlets cheered as their doors opened at 6pm local time.
Hundreds of gadget fans, or their paid stand-ins, lined up on Friday to be among the first buyers of Apple's iPhone, a music- and video-playing phone that seeks to reshape the mobile industry. Just after dawn, nearly 200 people were waiting outside Apple's Fifth Avenue store in New York City for the device.
Apple has not yet sold a single iPhone, but investors are driving up the company's shares to record highs as they bank that the combined telephone and media player will be a major hit. A slew of brokerages are raising their targets on Apple's stock to as much as -- equivalent to about 40 times its expected fiscal 2008 profit.