The Ultimate iPhone Camping Guide

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Camping for stuff is hard work. Standing in line for eight+ hours just so you have the chance to buy something is hard enough without worrying about where you're going to pee or how you're going to get your next meal. That's why we've partnered up with Gridskipper, Gawker's urban travel blog, to bring to you the most comprehensive guide on how to camp out for an iPhone. If you're planning on camping out next Thursday/Friday in the NYC Soho store, the SF Downtown store, or the LA Century City store, bookmark these pages so you can make your experience slightly less painful.

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Among the amenities listed are local motels, free bathrooms, good eateries within a couple blocks, and of course, free Wi-Fi. We'll update the maps leading up to launch, so you'll want to check back often. If you want an iPhone, you're going to want to be prepared.

NYC Campout [Gridskipper]

SF Campout [Gridskipper]

LA Campout [Gridskipper]

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XtremeCamera——I plan on putting alot of photos on my iphone!! My friends always say let me see some pics of the kids and never have them on me. No excusses now :>)....

D200 is an awsome camera just got done playing with a home studio set up this weekend and got some great shots...I will definatly join the site and have been hanging around DPreview for awhile now...My lens collection is the 18-200 VR, 50 1.8 and the 70-200 VR. Also Sb800 flash. Cant say enough good things about this setup.

Im going to be w8ing at the Cingular store on Precint Line at approx 6am or slightly later...There is several places to eat and my car can pull right up to the front of the store since its in strip mall. Should be a great time meeting people!