Not to say that the market for unlocked iPhones is quite as white hot as it once was, but Apple's now willing to part with as many as five iPhones per customer, up from the draconian two imposed back in October. The limit had been imposed to put the kibosh on rampant unlocking and selling of iPhones on the secondary market -- particularly abroad -- and Apple must figure that Europeans with a hankering for some Cupertino kit are more likely now to turn to their official domestic options to get hooked up. Of course, supply is probably more plentiful now than it ever has been, too, but whatever -- the point is that Apple's more than happy to take your 2 large in exchange for 5 iPhones if you're so inclined.

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