Apple Removes Two-Per-Customer Limit on iPhone 5 Orders

Apple Removes Two-Per-Customer Limit on iPhone 5 Orders

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Apple has lifted its two-per-customer limit on iPhone 5 orders, reports MacRumors. The iPhone 5 became available to purchase unlocked and without a carrier signup in the U.S. on November 30th.

In recent days, we've seen ship times for some countries drop as low as 2-4 business days. Additionally, an Apple Retail source tells us that the prior restrictions on retail iPhone 5 purchases -- two per transaction and a ten-phone lifetime limit -- have been changed to ten phones per transaction and no lifetime limit.

Notably, there is still a limit of two iPad minis per customer.

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Apple Removes Two-Per-Customer Limit on iPhone 5 Orders

Apple Removes Two-Per-Customer Limit on iPhone 5 Orders
yocko - December 5, 2012 at 3:40pm
5s is coming....
Van G - December 5, 2012 at 2:57pm
Lol, there was never such huge demand for i5 in the first place. It is called controlling (faking) supply chain. Now, all of a sudden, they CAN meet the demand, conveniently just ahead xmas shopping. Yeah right.
Kalbo - December 5, 2012 at 2:24pm
Its because no jailbreak so sales is down.
Fuckoran jhon - December 5, 2012 at 4:50am
ROFLX:). Its just not selling. Poor apple. Loosing in shares also now. Good decision, or all these devices will die in the warehouse only
Bleki - December 5, 2012 at 9:12am
Why are you such a retarded f* face, hater??? You just can't afford one, that's all. All you Americans do is bitch!!! It runs in the blood. It's usually the loosers like you.
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