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NZ line-sitter Luke Soules featured in Computerworld

iFixIt.com line-sitter Luke Soules who flew to New Zealand to be one of the first to tear down the iPhone 3G was featured in the New Zealand edition of Computerworld in a piece titled "American ready to rip iPhone 3G apart.
Written by Jason D. O'Grady, Contributor on
NZ line-sitter Luke Soules featured in Computerworld
iFixIt.com line-sitter Luke Soules who flew to New Zealand to be one of the first to tear down the iPhone 3G was featured in the New Zealand edition of Computerworld in a piece titled "American ready to rip iPhone 3G apart."

Soules flew in from California on Wednesday afternoon and quickly grabbed a spot in line. At 2pm on Wednesday afternoon, there were around ten iPhone punters queuing in Queen Street, nearly all of them sporting Mac laptops and working away using wi-fi provided by wi-fi hotspot company Tomizone. 

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