Apple may reopen some of its stores in the first half of April


A report by Lombard Agency, citing an internal memorandum, revealed that Apple may start reopening some retail stores in the first half of April, and the report added that the company expanded the remote work capabilities of many employees until at least April 5, according to the Indian TOI website.

However, Apple declined to comment when contacted to clarify this matter, as it is not yet clear which stores will open again or in any countries, while this comes at a time when many governments around the world are currently starting closings to limit the spread Corona Virus.

It is noteworthy that Apple stated on March 14 that it decided to temporarily shut down all its retail stores “in the United States market and other markets outside China” until March 27, and the company’s CEO, Tim Cook, commented that “the most effective way to reduce the risk of virus transmission” It is to reduce density and increase social distance, and we are committed to providing exceptional service to our customers. “

According to the American website, The Verge, Apple confirmed that the company’s online store continues to work in the service of users, that Apple start closing its official stores in the United States market and then the global markets, and Apple also confirmed its commitment to pay the salaries of employees affected by the store closure.

Apple also confirmed that its support page will be available to support users, and Apple indicated in its official statement that the spread of the COVID-19 virus is prompting the company to do its part to support employees and customers of the company.


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