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Apple scraps two-per-person limit on web iPhone orders

Apple has dropped its two-per-customer limit on online iPhone sales as the coronavirus pandemic has forced it to close its stores worldwide. In a policy aimed at curbing the grey market for iPhones, Cupertino, Calif.-based Apple had previously limited customers to ordering only a pair of iPhones at a time. But as customers are locked out of brick-and-mortar stores, the retailer is now allowing them to purchase more than 10 iPhones. Apple less than a month ago issues a revenue warning to investors, noting that it was being hurt by supply issues and weakened demand as the virus ravaged its Chinese operations. The tech giant earlier this month announced that its factories will all be up and running by the end of March, but said shortly ...