Customers camp outside Apple store for iPhone X

Customers camp outside Apple store for iPhone X
Customers camped out overnight at the Apple store in Beavercreek to be first in line to buy iPhone X when doors open at 8 a.m. (FOX19 NOW/Jordan Vilines)
Customers eager to check out the iPhone X brouse the Apple store in Beavercreek Friday morning. (FOX19 NOW/Jordan Vilines)
Customers eager to check out the iPhone X brouse the Apple store in Beavercreek Friday morning. (FOX19 NOW/Jordan Vilines)

BEAVERCREEK, OH (FOX19) - The wait is over for the latest version of iPhone.

iPhone X went on sale in Apple stores at 8 a.m. Friday.

Customers camped out overnight -some for nearly 24 hours - at the Apple store in the Dayton suburb of Beavercreek.

They wanted to be first in line to purchase the new smartphone - the most expensive version yet - and wanted to be first in line to buy one.

The price starts at $999.

This one features face-scanning technology to unlock the phone, a display that takes up the entire screen, wireless charging and a rear camera with dual optical image stabilization.

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