"I'm going to set it up and go to sleep," said John Morrissey, 22, of Belmont. Morrissey was first in line with his mother, Cheryl, and the graduate student previously owned the iPhone 3, 4, and 4s. The Morrisseys arrived at the store at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday so they could to be among the first five in line to receive free iPhones in a promotional campaign by a local electronics trade-in website.
"The bigger screen, it's faster, the A6 chip," are the highlights, Morrissey said. "They said they improved Siri, which is a good thing because before it didn't do anything you told it to."