Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Removed the restriction order 'two iPhones per person'

Screen Shot 2012 12 04 at 5.22.10 PM Eliminada la restricción de compra de dos iPhones por persona

After they have been more than two months since its launch, the iPhone 5 begins to experience an improvement in their stock internationally. Proof of this was that the online availability of two weeks spent in 2 to 4 days, as we saw in the case of New Zealand earlier in the week. Now Apple has removed the restriction on purchase of two iPhones per person.

At what point did this restriction? When it became fashionable reselling Apple devices in the throws. Dozens of people were waiting queues to get to the store and discover that the first two of the tail had taken all the stock that the store had for that day. For this reason, since Apple is forced to restrict the sale of iPhones to two terminals per customer.

The same process was implemented anywhere online to ensure that the iPhone reached more people. After that, Apple also enabled online booking for customers to not have to deal with long queues since early hours of the morning.

It seems that from Foxconn, after initial problems have started producing the iPhone 5 more quickly and are already close to meeting the high demand. Although we must keep in mind that now come Christmas, so it is expected that demand for the phone again to see a rebound.

More- Start improving production of iPhone 5

Source- MacRumors

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