You can still purchase your garden variety edible apples, in bulk none the less, at your local Costco warehouse, but the wholesaler will no longer be selling products from Cupertino, California Apple. Costco will be phasing out Apple product by selling the last of remaining inventory in a move that is said to be mutual. In the past, Costco has offered slight discounts on iTune gift cards, iPod, iPod Touch models. The rift between Apple and Costco occurred, as Costco claims, that Apple has not allowed Costco to sell Apple products online while other retailers can do so, and that while the iPhone and iPad have been arriving at other popular retailers and wholesalers–including rival Sam’s Club–Costco still has not scored an agreement to offer those products.RELATED
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