Apple now requires strict student verification to get education discounts

Unidays comes to the U.S.

Students and teachers have long enjoyed the benefits of Apple's education pricing, which offers the latest devices at a lower price. And in the U.S., many non-students and teachers enjoyed it as well due to Apple's extremely lax terms in its online education store.

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Michael Simon

Michael Simon

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