Two charity fundraisers are camping outside Apple's flagship store for a week in order to become the first owners of the iPhone 5.
Kent pals Ryan Williams, 22, and Peter King, 19, are hoping to raise thousands of pounds for Cancer Research UK by auctioning a much-coveted phone to those not wanting to join the massive queue.They're hoping to sell four new handsets (the maximum allowed per person) which cost more than £500.
The men decided to raise money for the charity after a friend was diagnosed with bowel cancer and Mr King's mother, Sue, died from cancer three years ago.
The auction runs until 30 minutes before the phone goes on sale on Friday morning.
Six tents that were put up outside the London Stock Exchange earlier have been removed by Police.
Officers told demonstrators from Occupy London that they had thirty minutes to leave the area in Paternoster Square.
Dozens of people gathered there after a day of May Day protests in the capital.
Dozens of protesters have set up camp outside the London Stock Exchange.
Protesters from 'Occupy London' have put up tents at Paternoster Square.
The camp was set up after today's annual May Day march in Central London.