Now resellers or consumers (with implausibly hefty smartphone needs) can buy veritable packs of iPhones, as Apple has lifted its two-unit purchase limits per customer. Out with the old policy, which capped lifetime purchases at 10 units, and in with the new: Shoppers can now snag up to 10 devices, with no lifetime limit.
Note how the text has changed from the boilerplate language used just last week (above), when the unlocked GSM iPhone 5 was launched, to the version that exists today, which omits the “Limit two per customer” line.
This lends credence to earlier reports that the iPhone supply shortage is over. However, this doesn’t apply to all iOS devices. The iPad Mini, for example, still has the two-device limit.