One of the first customers to buy a new iPhone walks out of an Apple store in New York Friday.
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Apple's iPhone 7 launch generated trademark queues and brisk sales in stores around the world Friday, but excitement mixed with frustration due to supply shortages that left many fans empty-handed.There has been much chatter among Apple fans since the new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus were unveiled about the groundbreaking decision to eliminate headphone jacks and embrace a wireless future.Apple shares finished up 3.4 percent at $115.56 Thursday as the firm said the iPhone 7 Plus and jet black version of the iPhone 7 had already sold out in preorders ahead of its debut in stores.Apple has said it will not provide figures for launch weekend sales as it has in the past.Apple faces a complicated picture in China, where it ranked only fourth in the Asian giant's smartphone market in the first half of this year, facing strong competition from low-cost local firms.
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