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Customers wait in line outside the Boardman AT&T store for new iPhone

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BOARDMAN, Ohio - People were waiting in lines outside of the AT&T Store at Tiffany Plaza in Boardman, anticipating the release of the iPhone 5S and the iPhone 5C.

Sarah Sajnovsky of Struthers says the feature of the iPhone 5S that she looks forward to most is the fingerprint technology to unlock the phone, so her friends can't spy on her passcode. 

"People can just look at your phone and even if you turn your phone off you can see what buttons you're pushing. No one has my finger prints." Said Sajnovsky.

Sarah is trading in her iPhone 4 to get the new iPhone 5S. 

Marikay Kilar of Hubbard says she gets each new model of the iPhone when they are released. 

She headed out to Tiffany Plaza this morning, hoping to be one of the first waiting.

"I wanted to be the first in line, but I was 20th." Said Kilar.

Kilar says she doesn't know what feature she is looking forward to most in the iPhone 5S.

"I don't know, I'm just getting used to the iOS 7, I just downloaded that. So I'm not really sure until I play around with it." Kilar said. 

Apple is selling the iPhone 5S and the iPhone 5C today.

It is the first time the company has released two new phones at once. 

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