Photos: Gearing up to enter Apple's glass cube

Photos: Gearing up to enter Apple's glass cube

Summary: Steve Jobs joins crowd in anticipation of the opening of the Mac maker's underground flagship store in Manhattan.

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  • Gary Allen

    Gary Allen, from Berkeley, Calif., has been to several Apple grand openings around the world, including two openings in Japan and the opening of the London store. He has been standing (and sitting) in line in front of the Apple store since the wee hours of Thursday morning. He runs a Web site called Ifo Apple Store where he posts a blog about store openings. He is blogging live about the Fifth Avenue grand opening.

  • Stormy Shippy

    Stormy Shippy, 20, from Dallas, is the first person in line at the grand opening of the new Apple store. He was also the first person in line at the London opening, back in November of 2004. Shippy, who owns an Apple PowerBook and an iPod, doesn't consider himself an Apple fanatic, but he says he is an Apple fan. So why is he standing in the rain all night and day? "There's really no explanation why any of us are here," he said. "It's just fun to be here and meet all the other people in line."

  • Surfing the Net with an iBook

    A die-hard Apple fan sits in the rain under an umbrella on Friday morning, tapping away on his Apple laptop as he waits in line for the doors of the 32-foot glass cube store entrance to open. If he is lucky, he could walk away with a free Intel-based MacBook. Apple is giving away new 13-inch MacBooks every hour for 24 hours as part of a grand-opening promotion.

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