Apple has shut down all 53 of its shops in California and Tennessee in addition to more than a dozen places in the united kingdom. The closures are probably because of a significant resurgence in COVID-19 instances.
If your vacation plans entailed browsing in an Apple Store, you might have to rethink them.
As 9to5Mac reports, Apple has closed a number of its retail shops globally for the near future. Including every retail location in California and Tennessee in the united states, all shops in Mexico and Brazil, and 16 other UK-based places. There is no official reopening date recorded on Apple’s page list store closures.
Affected places will be available for same-day delivery requests, present online order pickups, and appointments through Dec. 22. Apple also includes a rundown on its site of the newest dates to dictate your holiday presents with free delivery.
Although Apple has not explicitly spelled out it, these closures are probably because of a surge of current COVID-19 instances in California and the newly declared emergency lockdown at London caused by the”present COVID-19 states,” based on to Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
Apple has closed (and re-closed) a range of shops throughout 2020. These precautionary steps will probably last as COVID-19 cases ebb and flow.