September 1, 2015
Apple Inc. is putting its foot down about the business of selling iPhones.
The company simply doesn't want your cash.
The Cupertino-based maker of iPhones, iPods and other fun devices says it will no longer accept cash for iPhone purchases.
The company is now also limiting sales of the cell phone to two per person in a move to stop people from reselling them.
More than 1.4 million units of the hybrid cell phone-iPod have been sold since it debuted on June 29th.
And it is expected to be a hot gift for the holidays.
Just don't bother bringing cash to the store.
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