In this news, we discuss the Apple temporarily closes 17 out of 20 French stores amid fresh lockdown.
Apple Inc will temporarily close 17 of its 20 stores in France from October 30, as the country enters a new month-long lockdown due to a resurgence of coronavirus cases, the site Company web.
Apple Opera, Les Quatre Temps and Rosny 2 stores in Paris will remain open, the site Company web. These three stores use Apple’s new “Express” format, according to the site. Apple is expanding the “Express” format this month in the hope that it can still serve customers in areas with high coronavirus cases, while meeting its own health and safety standards for employees and operators. customers, the company’s retail chief told Reuters earlier this month. .
The new format has a wall in front of the main store, with sales counters protected by plexiglass and a few accessory shelves. Customers make an appointment to pick up orders placed online. The company’s 15 stores in Germany will remain open, according to the site Apple Web.
Apple did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Reuters.
- The company’s 15 stores in Germany will remain open, according to the site Apple Web. Apple did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Reuters.
- Apple temporarily closes 17 of 20 French stores amid new lockdown