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People are queueing up for the iPhone at the Apple Store on Fifth Avenue in Midtown just as they were waiting for the gadget in Soho the other day. Engadget: "Apple reps tell us they're crowd-controlling iPhone buyers because otherwise they would be 'screaming' at employees and clogging up the store." [Engadget; Previously]