$1,100 for an iPhone?

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The first iPhones will go on sale tomorrow, but the lines at Apple stores started forming on Monday. They must be pretty long by now, since there’s a [Craigslist ad] selling a prime spot (Thom is seventh in line at the SoHo Apple store!) for $500, cash only. Thom says you’ll need to show up at 5 p.m. tomorrow, hand over the cash and then wait in line yourself until the store re-opens at 6 p.m. to sell the iPhone (for an additional $600). No word yet as to what Apple fanatics will think of profit-hungry posers selling their spots. The first guy to get in line was [Greg](http://www.appleinsider.com/articles/07/06/25/insanity_first_iphone_line_forms_in_manhattan_four_days_early.html), who started camping out Monday morning at the Apple store on Fifth Avenue—now that’s dedication. So is the iPhone worth it? Here are two different reviews: one from an [enthusiastic David Pogue](http://www.nytimes.com/2007/06/27/technology/circuits/27pogue.html) at The Times, and the other from [Glenn Fleishman](http://www.nypost.com/seven/06262007/news/columnists/dont_get_hung_up_on_buying_an_iphone_columnists_glenn_fleishman.htm) at the Post (sounds like Fleischman took a few shots of hater-ade before he got his hands on his iPhone). Who knows, maybe this will be the [last time](http://nymag.com/news/features/33524/) Steve Jobs brings one of his creations down from the mountain.

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