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.
Apple is slowly opening up stores around the globe as lockdown restrictions are lifted. Here's where they've opened up, as well as where they remain closed, updated on July 8 with 5 Australia stores closing and 2 US stores opening.
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.
In this week's Apple Crime Blotter there's more on the Apple Store looting instances, an iPhone sale led to a murder in Alabama, and iPhone evidence is used in cases against accused MS-13 members, ISIS conspirators, and a judge.
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.