'Today at Apple' sessions to remain paused until April 5, report says

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Today at Apple sessions across the U.S. and Canada will remain canceled until April 5 at the earliest, according to a report on Friday.

Just a few days after canceling sessions in areas heavily impacted by COVID-19, such as Seattle and the San Francisco Bay Area, Apple "paused" Today at Apple across the U.S. and Canada.

On Friday, an Apple Store source told MacRumors that Today at Apple will remain suspended until April 5. High-profile retail events that could gather large groups have people have also been canceled until April 12.

There has also been a "sharp increase" in the supply of Macs and related accessories at select retail stories, the source added.

The situation, of course, remains fluid and that timeline could change as COVID-19 continues to spread across the U.S. and new cases are confirmed.

Apple Stores across the globe are also taking additional measures to minimize the spread of the coronavirus.

Retail locations will be limiting the number of people who can enter, minimizing physical contact between customers and employees and suspending AirPods and Apple Watch demonstrations unless specifically requested by a customer.

Since early March, Apple has also implemented "deep cleaning procedures" across all of its facilities, offices and retail stores.