10 Italian Apple stores to reopen May 19
What you need to know
- Apple appears set to reopen 10 stores in Italy next week.
- The stores will operate limited opening hours.
- Customers will be asked to wear masks, and have their temperature taken before entering.
A report suggests that Apple plans to reopen 10 stores in Italy from May 19.
According to la Repubblica:
According to the report, the main activity of these stores will be technical assistance through the Genius Bar. The stores will open for limited hours, and several measures including social distancing, temperature monitoring, masks, and more will be in place. The report also records a statement from Apple:
Three of the 10 listed stores, Nave de Vero, Campania, and Central Sicily are all still listed as 'Temporarily closed'. The other seven store webpages have been updated to reflect the changes mentioned. 7 stores in the country remain closed.
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Let's get the U.S. stores open!!!