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CNBC.com to Carry Live Video Coverage as Apple iPhone Goes on Sale in New York City

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CNBC.com's Live Events Video Player will bring you to Apple's flagship Fifth Avenue store in New York City as the highly-anticipated iPhone goes on sale today at 6p ET. Thousands of people have been lining up around the country for a chance to be one of the first to own one.

We will show you pictures from a live camera outside the store throughout the hour, featuring updates and interviews from CNBC Reporter Brian Shactman and other members of the CNBC coverage team.

Then, at 7p ET watch On the Money, anchored live from at AT&T store in Chicago by Melissa Francis, for more coverage of the iPhone's debut.

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