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Apple iPhone 5 stock improves once more, removes the two-per-customer limit

Apple removes two-per-customer limit on iPhone 5 orders

| Mobile Devices, Tablets & Phones News | Posted: Dec 5, 2012 12:28 pm

Apple's iPhone 5 stock is improving again, with the Cupertino-based company removing their imposed limit of two iPhone 5's per customer. They did have a "limit two per customer" as the image shows below, and now that little bit has been removed.

 

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Shipping times for the iPhone 5 in some countries has been dropping to just 2-4 business days. MacRumors reports that they've heard from an "Apple Retail source" that has said that the restrictions on retail iPhone 5 purchases has eased - from two per transaction and a ten-phone lifetime limit to ten phones per transaction and no lifetime limit.

 

The ten-phone limit won't affect most sane customers, but those who buy in bulk and sell them overseas where the iPhone 5 isn't for sale will be a bit happier with this news. The iPad mini does keep its two-per-customer limit, with the following notice popping up on the Apple Online Store if you attempt to purchase more than two:

 

A maximum of 2 iPad can be purchased per customer. Please adjust the total quantity of iPad in your order before checking out.

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