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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by shootingrubber, Sep 16, 2014.
How many of each model can I get? Two? So four in total?
On launch day with a million people already in line at the Apple store? I'd guess only 1 per customer.
We don't deal in simple questions here, friend. You need to complain about the RAM or speculate on how to get a free case before you can get a reply here.
I honestly am not sure about Apple, but I know that in the past AT&T has limited it to one-per-customer.
Yeah, I know. I can't stand the RAM threads, lol.
I read somewhere online that it was two per model at the Apple store. I'll call right now to find out and let you all know.
In years before it's been two per person.
At first he told me two per model, then he said two per customer. Not sure at this point. The guy on the phone seemed unsure himself. I'll try another Apple store and report back.
Two per customer.
It's definitely been 2 per customer in the past.
How much are they gonna go for in china?
What if my plan has three iPhones that I all want to upgrade? Will the apple rep let me get them (two 6 and one 6+ FYI). I can also bring all three of the old 4Ss to the store. I will be the only one out of my family lining up though.
Then they'll have to wait for their upgrade, either a few hours until the line dissipates or until it's back in stock. You would be able to get your line upgraded and as a courtesy be given the ability to get one more unit for someone else.
We have three lines on our plan. But I was planning on traveling to China in the future. So, the cost of my plane ticket?
Oner $5,000 usd.
Would that not depend on the store?
Type in your zip code find your Apple store and call the number.
They would know
So if I get an iPhone 6 and a 6+, and get back in line for another 6, I have a good chance of getting one?
can you buy a full price iphone 6 or 6+ at the apple store? i'm thinking of just waiting in line.
I guess if they don't recognize you maybe it should be ok. Not sure if they track payment methods, but I think they did before to enforce the "2 per customer rule" -- so that if a person tried to buy more the card would get declined.
It's always been a limit of 2 per customer, I don't see any reason that it would suddenly change.
Agreed. That is what it has always been.
Do all Apple stores get the same amount of equal inventory or depending on the area would inventory be larger...?
2 per day per customer 10 lifetime is the limit on all new iphone launches
So you could get two iPhone 6s and one 5S?