Apple has reduced limitations regarding the number of iPhone 5 models users can purchase.
Since the handset’s release in September, the number of unlocked iPhone 5s a customer can purchase has been limited by the company to 2 units per transaction and 10 units per lifetime.
According to Cult of Mac, Apple now offers 10 units per transaction and an unlimited number per lifetime.
The changes are also visible on Apple’s online store.
999 unlocked iPhone 5s can be added to the client’s cart, but only 10 units per transaction can be processed on the Apple Store.
The site notes that in the case of the iPad mini, customers can only opt for two devices at a time.