Apple Reverses iPad No-Cash Purchase Policy
ZipK writes “After a few days of bad publicity, Apple’s reversed its No-Cash Purchase policy, explaining that the policy was originally implemented to limit the number of iPad’s an individual could buy during the introductory period of short supply. Now that supply has caught up with demand — and the story has hit front pages and gained national attention — Apple’s reversed their policy. And they’ve taken the opportunity to put a bow on the story by giving the formerly scorned Diane Campbell a free iPad.”
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