Apple has announced through its website that it will return to it open your Apple Store in Australia starting Thursday, May 7th.
The company has confirmed that 21 of its South African Apple Stores will open doors throughout the week, though all will be working on time limited hours to protect consumer safety.
The only place the Australian store will remain closed will be in Sydney, because it closed for re-opening in January and due to health problems the work was delayed.
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The reopening of Apple stores
Already in April we were able to learn that Apple had planned to reopen Apple Stores throughout May. And now the official stores of the Australian-made apple logo will join the list.
All Apple Store stores in the world were there has been closed since March 14, except for some stores in China and South Korea, where the COVID-19 epidemic appears to be in full control.
On the other hand, Apple manager Tim Cook confirmed last week that Apple would reopen some official stores in Austria and Australia. In particular, the Vienna Apple Store opened today.
It is not yet known when Apple's stores in Spain and other Europe will open. But it will happen more and more as each country enters one of the stages of opening a business of the deductions organized by each government. In Spain, during the first phase of small shops, hotels and sports facilities will be opened. In the second phase, movie theaters will be reopened. All of this, of course, along with certain limitations and limitations. In any case, it is satisfying to see how everything will return to normal.