Apple quietly raises prices and removes the restriction on two iPhones in one hand

Sources confirm that Apple has begun to raise prices for various products. So far, iPhone smartphones have not risen in price, but sources do not exclude that this could happen in the near future.

When buying various products on the official website, future owners of MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, iMac, iMac Pro in Canada, Europe, Australia and some Asian regions are faced with a rise in price of technology. For example, the British media confirmed that when choosing a more expensive version of the device (the basic version did not go up), the price increases by an average of 10%.

In addition, yesterday, Apple, without making official statements, quietly lifted restrictions on the purchase of iPhone smartphones. Now anyone can buy an unlimited number of smartphones iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone XR, iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max in one hand. Last week, Apple imposed a limit by selling no more than two smartphones to one customer.

So far, the Apple China official website has a restriction on the purchase of new MacBook Airs and iPad Pros, which are allowed to buy no more than 5 and 2 units, respectively.

In addition, yesterday, Apple, without making official statements, quietly lifted restrictions on the purchase of iPhone smartphones. Now anyone can buy an unlimited number of smartphones iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone XR, iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max in one hand. Last week, Apple imposed a limit by selling no more than two smartphones to one customer.

So far, the Apple China official website has a restriction on the purchase of new MacBook Airs and iPad Pros, which are allowed to buy no more than 5 and 2 units, respectively.

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