Apple has been shutting its retail locations again in the wake of reviving in specific regions where the coronavirus cases are at a spike. Apple presently has plans to close its 14 stores in Florida because of the ascent in evidence there.
As per the reports, Apple will close down Wellington Green, The Falls, The Nurseries Shopping center, Dadeland, Worldwide Court, Galleria, Altamonte, Lincoln Street, Aventura, Brickell Downtown area, Boca Raton, Millenia, Florida Shopping center, and Brandon stores.
Recently Apple additionally shut down its stores in Houston, Texas. The stores shut in Texas incorporate First Province Shopping center, Good country Town, Dedication City, Houston Galleria, Baybrook, Willowbrook Shopping center, and The Forests. Likewise, Apple shut down its stores in Florida, South Carolina, Arizona, and North Carolina. There is no date when Apple will revive these stores once more.
As indicated by O’Brien, “when we open the stores, it doesn’t imply that we won’t close them again as a preventive measure.”
Apple opens and shuts down the stores in the wake of assessing information, for example, the spike in cases in the neighborhood, long haul patterns, and direction and choices that the nearby wellbeing specialists make. Apple finds a way to forestall the spread of COVID-19 in the open stores.