Apple has shortened its return policy for the iPhone from 30 to just 14 days.
The new time frame now matches Apple’s other product return policies for its Mac, iPod and iPad ranges.
The 14 day return policy also now matches most wireless carriers, meaning consumers lose that particular benefit of buying directly from Apple.
Apple is expected to release a new flagship iPhone this year. Some reports claim that there will be two models, a 4.7-inch iPhone 6 featuring the traditional Gorilla Glass as well as a 5.6-inch phone featuring a sapphire screen.
The larger phone is rumoured to not carry the ‘iPhone’ brand name.