Apple is restricting customers to buying no more than two models of certain products, including the iPhone 11 and the recently updated iPad Pro.
Currently, anyone trying to buy more than two of certain models will find themselves faced with a stark red warning at check-out, that reads: “A maximum of 2 [of this item] can be purchased per customer.
The new rules follow on from previous rumours that Apple was facing a shortage of replacement iPhones, which emerged in March.
Related: Read our iPhone 11 Pro reviewMost Apple stores have closed across the globe, as countries attempt to stem the spread of Covid-19.
Senior staff writer Ruth started her career at Metro newspaper, working as a staff writer for the features section.

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