Due to a resurgence in COVID-19 infections across many U.S. states, Apple announced on July 1 that it has re-closed or is soon closing a total of 77 stores, just weeks after they were reopened. Here's which Apple Stores have re-closed.
As citizens in countries around the world call for a reckoning on racial justice and equality, Apple on Friday quietly renamed its Apple Buchanan Street store in Scotland to a title not associated with the prominent local slave owner.
Apple is preparing to expand the number of products customers can buy in monthly installments using Apple Card, with purchases of iPads, MacBooks, and AirPods expected to be offered under the existing scheme.
Apple is preparing to reopen more of its retail outlets as the spread of COVID-19 is being managed, with three Apple Stores in the United Arab Emirates opening for business on June 8 complete with the new coronavirus safeguards in place.
Apple has decided to temporarily close a number of its just-reopened Apple Store locations across the United States on Sunday, as a measure to protect its retail employees from looters taking advantage of the ongoing George Floyd protests.
Apple has revealed it will be reopening more of its retail outlets in the United States this week, with the latest wave of Apple Store openings anticipated to include around 100 locations across the country.
More Apple Stores closed as a COVID-19 precaution will reopen this week, Apple has confirmed, with 25 locations in the United States and 12 in Canada set to start accepting customers to some extent in the next few days.
Apple has published details of how it intends to open up its stores to the public in a letter from retail chief Deirdre O'Brien, one that explains the iPhone maker's approach to reopening its stores and some of the extra measures its retail outlets will take in a few locations.
The same sources who were wildly wrong about Apple's inability to sell iPhone X were also way off base earlier this year in fantasizing dire impacts COVID-19 would have on Apple's global supply chain, its presence in China, and the effect that retail closures and an economic downturn would have on the demand for Apple's products.