A month ago, Apple closed all of its retail stores outside of China due to the coronavirus outbreak. Now, according to a Bloomberg report, the company is looking to start reopening them in the first half of April.
Bloomberg quotes an internal memo Apple has sent to its staff as saying that the stores will be reopened on a “staggered” basis.
“At this time, we anticipate some stores may be able to open in the first half of April depending on the conditions in their community,” reads the memo, signed by Apple’s senior vice president of people and retail Deirdre O’Brien.
The memo also reportedly told employees that the company’s work from home arrangements will be extended through at least April 5. …