Despite reports that the iPhone X would be in short supply -- or perhaps because of the reports -- hundreds lined up in Boston at the Apple Store on Boylston Street Friday morning. Many told CRN they had stayed overnight to secure a possible spot for getting the dramatically redesigned iPhone, which features a nearly edge-to-edge OLED display and brand-new Face ID facial recognition technology. The device is also Apple's most expensive smartphone ever, with a starting price of $999. Judging by the scene in Boston though, many customers are not put off by the pricing.
The CRN Test Center visited the store Friday to talk with customers about what brought them out.