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Go hog wild: Apple raises limits on buying unlocked Apple iPhone 5 units

Go hog wild: Apple raises limits on buying unlocked Apple iPhone 5 units
Last week, at long last, the unlocked version of the Apple iPhone 5 was finally listed for sale on the online Apple Store. With the 16GB, 32GB and 64GB models priced at $649, $749 and $849 respectively, Apple limited the number of units that one account could buy to two. At the same time, Apple was enforcing a lifetime limit of ten unlocked units of the Apple iPhone 5.

With inventory building, the handset slowly returning to stores, and online orders getting shipped in just two to four days, Apple has raised the limit on sales of the unlocked variant. Now, you can purchase as many as ten units from the Apple Store for one account. And the Cupertino based firm has removed the lifetime limit which means that you can buy as many unlocked Apple iPhone 5 handsets as you can afford. The online store will allow you to put 999 units ($648,351) in your cart, but only 10 can be processed at a time.

source: iPhoneinCanada, CultofMac via RedmondPie

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