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Apple ups iPhone sales limit to five per person

Apple has officially raised its sales limit on iPhones from two- to five-per-person. In October, Apple imposed a two-per-person sales limit on the iPhone in hopes of discouraging customers from reselling the phones, and to help reduce strains on inventory heading into the holiday shopping season. The sales limit was raised in both the U.S. and U.K., however, cash-only iPhone sales are still prohibited.

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