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| December 5, 2012
Apple Removes The Two-Per-Customer Limit On iPhone 5 Orders
Apple has recently lifted its two-per-customer limit on iPhone 5 purchases in the Apple Online Store. Back towards the end of November, Apple started selling unlocked iPhone 5 smartphones in the United States. But there was a catch: in order to preserve stock, iPhone 5 purchases were limited to two per customer. [caption id="attachment_362513" align="aligncenter" width="547"] Two-per-customer.[/caption] However, it now seems as if Apple's iPhone 5 stock is increasing. Customers can now have the option of purchasing more than two of the sixth-generation smartphones, if they like. Plus, handsets are shipping under a week in most places, and in some countries will be in the mail within two to three business days. The iPad mini, though, still maintains its two-per-customer limit. We'll let you know if this changes.