The iPhone XS and XS Max are still available to buy in stores, but that doesn’t mean you’re out of luck if you want to purchase them without a refund.
According to a report from The Verge, Apple has started sending out invites to people who bought their phones through pre-orders or on the App Store before March 1.
If you didn’t pre-order the phones and are looking to return them, you can.
Apple will also be sending out invitations to people that have pre-ordered the phones.
The Verge reports that those who pre-ordering the phones will receive a $100 gift card for the iPhone X, but no refund.
It is unclear how many pre-purchasers will receive this card, but the report indicates that it’s “not uncommon” for the company to send out such invites.
This does not affect iPhone X users, but it could affect iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus users.
If Apple is sending out these invites, it will only apply to the phones that were bought through preorders, so if you had a pre-paid iPhone 8 or iPhone 8, you won’t receive this $100 card.
It’s also worth noting that pre-sale invites have been revoked by Apple in the past, but this isn’t the first time that preorders have been used to buy new iPhones.
In 2015, Apple suspended pre-sellers for its iPhone X for two months after customers received invites to buy pre-owned iPhones.
The company’s ban was in response to “potentially dangerous and potentially fraudulent” sales on the website NextBestBuy.com, which had sold iPhones that were more than five years old, as well as older iPhones.
At the time, the company said that NextBest Buy was “not responsible” for selling “any counterfeit or pirated product,” but that it would not take any action against resellers or sellers of counterfeit products.
It was not immediately clear what actions NextBest-Buy would take against reselling iPhones, but Apple has said that it will “immediately terminate” the accounts of anyone who tries to resell or distribute iPhones without authorization.
This means that anyone who bought a preordered iPhone through a reseller will not be able to sell it on Apple’s website.
The report suggests that this ban could affect a lot of iPhones, since the iPhone 8 will be banned from NextBest buy in 2019.
Apple also says that resellers will be prohibited from selling the iPhone on its website or any reseller website.
This is a good thing for consumers, as it means that the iPhone may be on its way out of the hands of many people.
The news comes as Apple has recently announced that it is also banning preorders of the iPhone from its website and online stores.
This move comes as some Apple customers are reporting problems with their preorders.
In September, a user on Reddit claimed that he was sent a preorder email after he ordered an iPhone 8.
He wrote that he had an iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus that he paid $1,200 for, but was told that his order had been “misclassified” as an iPhone X. This was after he had bought the phone through a preorders website, which allowed him to choose his own payment method and then pay for it through his iPhone’s online store.
Apple did not respond to Ars’ request for comment.