Last week, Apple had set purchase limit across several of its products, including iPhone and iPad in assorted countries like the company closed all of its brick-and-mortar stores outdoor China, as the coronavirus spreads globally and forces lockdowns.
It seemed that the get limits were imposed as Apple braces for a blow because of to the coronavirus’ impact on profits because of deliver chain disruptions and weak demand. Like for the limits, the company had limited purchase of iPhone and iPad Pro to two units while MacBook Air and Mac mini are limited to five orders per consumer.
However, the manufacturer has now lifted the buy limits that was imposed on iPhone, new iPad Pro, and fresh MacBook Air in countries outside of China. Apple’s website in the U.S. no longer has get restrictions and customers can purchase as many 2020 iPad Pro, iPhone 11 Pro and 2020 Macbook Air as they need.
Although the restrictions have been lifted, it seems that the manufacturer is not getting a soft run like far like selling of the newly released products is considered, mostly because of the disruption caused by the coronavirus outbreak.
Orders placed for the 2020 iPad Pro on the company’s online store shows that the product won’t take delivered prior first week of April although few orders will be delivered in the last week of March. But, due to the fact there’s are with no buy restrictions, it appears that Apple has the situation inside control.