A few days back it was reported that Apple, had put a limit on people buying more than two iPhones, from its online stores. The restriction, was on for other devices, including the newly-launched iPad Pro as well.
However, now it seems like the restriction, has been lifted. A report by “CultofMac” suggests, that these restrictions aren’t there any more. The report states tests by Cult of Mac done on Sunday.
Although, Apple hadn’t made any Official Comment. On why restrictions were in place, it has been suggested that its supply chain, has been severely impacted. Even the restrictions were in place, customers had the option to buy more than two iPhones in one order, but they must be of different models.
The online buying restriction was applicable, on the following iPhone models : iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone XR, iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. The restrictions, as per a report by Reuters, remain applicable to certain, iPad and MacBook models.
Reports about Apple’s supply chain being severely, impacted due to ongoing viral situation. However, the iPhones, which are launched every year, in the month of September might not be delayed.
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