Apple spokesperson confirmed that all 270 Apple retail stores in the United States had opened on Monday local time. In the early hours of this morning, the U.S. stock market closed, and Apple’s stock price rose 5.39% to US$127.79, with a market value of US$2,145.4 billion.
This is the first time that all retail stores have been operating since Apple’s retail stores began to close in March 2020. When the first stores were closed on March 14, 2020, Apple initially planned to reopen the stores starting March 27 last year.
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But as the epidemic continues, stores have been opening and closing doors in turn. Apple reopened a retail store in Texas on Monday, the last US store previously closed.
It should be noted that according to foreign media 9to5Mac reports, many Apple stores in the United States still have restrictions. Some provide in-store shopping appointments, while others only support quick pick-up online orders and genius bar appointments.
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