The line to pick up the next generation of iPhones extended from Apple's flagship store in New York all the way down Fifth Avenue Friday morning. Those first in line had been waiting for upwards of 20 days for the iPhone 6. It was the first time Apple was allowing consumers to pick up the device in-store. The new bigger 5.5-inch screen on the iPhone 6 Plus was a big draw for gamers and avid fans of video on their phone. Mashable's Chief Correspondent and Editor-at-Large Lance Ulanoff talks about the improved functionalities. Meanwhile, Samsung starts taking pre-orders today for the Galaxy Note 4, which sports a 5.7 inch screen.