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First buyers leave with awaited iPhone 5s, 5c

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SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -

Dozens of people lined up outside Apple stores around the valley waiting to get their hands on the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c.

Some people waited in line over Thursday night.

We went to the Apple store near Scottsdale Road and Greenway where many spent the night to get first dibs on the newest iPhone.

The store's doors didn't open until 8 a.m., but that didn't stop devoted buyers from arriving at 5 p.m. Thursday night.

They made themselves comfortable: some brought chairs and one person even brought a massage table.

The first 200 people received white cards guaranteeing them a phone when the store opened.

One of the new iPhones comes in new colors and the other has finger print scan capabilities --among many upgrades and additions.

For Apple lovers, Friday is like Christmas in September.

The iPhone 5s starts at $199 and the iPhone 5c starts at $99 in stores and online. 

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