Apple sales in Turkey have resumed after the company suspended them due to a currency crash in the country. However, local prices have been increased by 25% to reflect the devaluation of the Turkish lira against the US dollar.

Apple suspended sales from the local online store, and there have been conflicting reports that it also turned people away from retail stores

MacReports said that the company did so, while a local reader tells us that this isn’t the case and that the long lines seen at stores are not unusual.

Källa: Apple sales in Turkey resume, but with a 25% price hike to reflect currency crash