Apple’s new iPhone 4 won’t be available for a week, but that hasn’t deterred one Dallas man from setting up a tent outside the Highland Park Apple Store to be first in line for the June 24 product launch.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs introduced the iPhone 4 during his keynote presentation at the company’s World Wide Developer Conference in San Francisco on June 7. The new version of the combination iPod and smartphone is 24 percent thinner than the iPhone 3GS, sports a higher resolution display, and includes a built-in gyroscope and digital compass, 5 megapixel camera with HD video capture support, LED flash, a front-facing video chat camera, and more.
The camper set up a tent and brought along food and clothes for his seven day wait. Considering Dallas is expecting temperatures pushing 100 degrees for the next week, this gentleman looks to have a long, hot wait ahead.