Apple Customers in Turkey Can No Longer Purchase Devices From Official Stores After Lira Crashes

Apple has temporarily halted online sales of some of its devices on official stores in Turkey after the country’s currency, the lira, crashed 15 percent on Tuesday against the dollar. Currently, consumers looking to purchase Apple products including iPhones and Macs from the official Apple store in Turkey are able to view the products on the website. However, customers are unable to add the devices to their virtual shopping cart at this time. Consumers can, however, still view and purchase such products from popular e-commerce sites in the country, including Hepsiburada and Trendyol. Apple has not officially announced that it has temporarily suspended sales in the country and it is unclear when consumers will be able to purchase the company’s products again. The Epoch Times has contacted an Apple spokesperson for comment. It comes after the Turkish lira nosedived 15 percent on Tuesday in its second-worst day ever after President Tayyip Erdogan, who has …

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