Apple's iPhone 5 went on sale Friday morning and some people couldn't wait for the doors to open.
People waited in line overnight, all to be among the first to get their hands on the new iPhone 5. At its longest, the line stretched around the Apple store at the Scottsdale Quarter.
"Well initially I thought that I was never going to wait in line and I would never do this - but I found myself somehow magically out here - and I guess I just have to have the latest technology since I'm in the IT industry," says Bob Keegan.
"I tell you I have two daughters that think I'm an idiot not to," says Roxanne Weidemaier. "So we're here and we don't know what we're doing - but we've been coached."
As soon as the doors opened the store flooded with customers. Some of them stared in wonderment as they compared the new phone to the previous generations.
Many couldn't wait to use it as soon as they walked out the door.
Bob Keegan didn't really care what color he got. For him, the iPhone 5 is more than just a new phone.
"It's the last phone Steve Jobs touched with his own hands. It was the last one that he had his fingerprints on deeply - not just lightly but deeply."
The new phone is faster, lighter, and has a bigger screen than the previous versions. It also has a new map program and a better camera.
Analysts expect apple to sell 10 million by Monday, which would make it the best selling iPhone ever.