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Windier Weekend, New iPhone, Protesters Postponed

A partly cloudy Aloha Friday, and then a weak cold front could bring more showers, cooler temperatures and gusty northeast winds. Dan Cooke will tell you what you need to know to help you plan your weekend with weather updates every ten minutes this morning on Sunrise.

Are you ready for the iPhone 4s? It goes on sale here in Hawaii at 8 a.m. The phone is actually Apple's fifth. It has a faster processor and an improved camera compared to last year's model. However, some customers and investors were disappointed that Apple didn't launch a more radical new model. We'll have to wait and see what customers say after they get their hands on one this morning. Sunrise's Ramsay Wharton will be live at the lines.

New overnight, New York City officials say a planned cleaning of the Occupy Wall Street protest encampment in lower Manhattan has been postponed. This morning on Sunrise learn what local protest organizers have in the works for this weekend.

And don't forget to check out our picks for "The Good, the Bad and the What Were They Thinking?" on Sunrise this morning at 6:40 a.m.

Happy Friday!!!

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