Users Say "Hello" To Apple's New iPhone

A customer transfers data to his Apple iPhone 3G S he purchased at an Apple Store Friday, June 19, 2009, in New York. The iPhone 3G S goes on sale nation-wide Friday. It sports a faster processor, longer battery life, an internal compass, a video camera and a photo camera with better resolution and auto-focus. A 16-gigabyte version of the 3G S will cost $199 and a 32-gigabyte version will be $299. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)
AP Photo/Mark Lennihan
Today is iPhone 3G S Day.

Apple is rolling out its latest iPhone, which went on sale beginning at 7 a.m. local time in each time zone where it's available.

You can follow CNET's coverage of today's release, with blog entries from sales locations and overviews of the phone's new features.

In the East, CNET News' Caroline McCarthy and Marguerite Reardon are reporting live from Apple and AT&T stores in Manhattan.

Out West, Erica Ogg, Josh Lowensohn, and James Martin are keeping tabs on iPhone sales in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Are people lining up the way they have for past iPhone launches? Is the phone everything they expected it to be? Does it really take just 10 to 15 minutes to get set up? Catch CNET's latest iPhone news, read reviews, and contribute your comments on the 3G S.
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