I really like gadgets in general and Apple stuff in particular, so I fully intend to buy one of the new iPhones when doing so becomes convenient. But I don't really understand the psychology of camping out to get in line to get one on the very first morning -- I was very pleased to spend last night in my regular bed. But Megan McArdle and Peter Suderman don't see things that way and they have some extensive coverage of the scene at the Clarendon Apple Store if you're curious. I mostly continue to find it a disgrace that our nation's capital lacks an Apple Store of its own.
Photo by Megan McArdle
Matthew Yglesias is a former writer and editor at The Atlantic.