After months of speculation, the iPhone 4 went on sale this morning, with Optus, Telstra and Vodafone/3 stores around the country holding midnight openings to mark the event. Nick over at Gizmodo has accounts from the Sydney launches, and Gizmodo readers are sharing their own pictures. If you haven't picked up a phone but are planning to do so today, check out our Planhacker guide to pick the best deals. Get in early — there's suggestions that stocks for launch are pretty limited, and Apple still isn't listing the iPhone 4 on its online store for ordering.
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