Previously, the news we got was that Apple was closing down its stores outside of China until the 27th of March but that seems to no longer be possible all because of the spread of the Coronavirus which is an effort by the company to reduce how much contact people have with one another.
According to new reports, the stores will now be closed “Until further notice” according to a banner which the company places on its web page. This new development will make it hard to predict how soon Apple will re-open its stores worldwide.
Although the company keeps the optimism up by telling their customers not to worry about returning products just as they usually would just in the situations of damaged products or unwanted products during the usual 14 days mark and since stores are now being closed down, that seems to be impossible to customers making some lament about how the COVID-19 disease is disrupting every businesses.
The company assured it’ll allow another 14 days to return products back to their local Apple stores just right after the stores are back opened which we do not know anything about.
The spread of the Coronavirus pandemic is very severe and new reports emerges everyday which had prompted government and private organizations to take responsibilities of requesting workers work from home and keep distance from one another and also the banning of social gathering especially in cities where the disease is paramount.
Other retailers are also closing stores as people are being told by governments that they shouldn’t leave their homes unless necessary. And if purchasing an iPhone or an AirPods seems more necessary to you, well it’s not to the rest of us so you’ll need to relax and stay right indoor until the government and health organizations are able to find a long lasting solution to this pandemic.
Yesterday, we reported Samsung as encouraging it’s employees to start working from home and other companies have done the same. League and movie launch have all been halted just to avert the spread of the disease and ensure everyone’s safety first.