Apple Opens All of Its Stores in the US, After Being Closed for a Year

Apple opens with some restrictions, but the technology giant will already be able to receive its customers in physical stores.

A tunnel of hope looks a little closer. Apple opens all its stores in the United States, after being closed for a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Now they will be able to receive customers physically and be operating almost in a ” normal ” way.

This Monday, the technology giant reopened the last stores that remained closed in the United States. These are those corresponding to the state of Texas, giving a total of 271 locations in the northern country. However, some must operate under limitations such as capacity, in this way customers can only attend by appointment.

A year ago, Apple closed all of its stores except for China. Since then, it has had to open and close depending on the epidemiological status of each region.

According to the BBC , the United States has seen a notable decrease in cases since the beginning of February. So, these points have opened the door to various brands and businesses to re-present themselves to the public.

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