Apple MacArthur Center in Virginia closes its doors for good on Friday, May 14
What you need to know
- Apple will close its MacArthur Center store on May 14.
- No new store will take its place.
Apple is closing its MacArthur Center store for good on May 14, the company has confirmed. The store, which was first listed for closure earlier this year, didn't have an end date until now. The store, located in Norfolk, Virginia, won't have a replacement with customers instead directed to existing local stores instead.
First spotted by 9to5Mac, the store's closure was confirmed (opens in new tab) on its webpage with Apple telling customers to head over to apple.com/retail to find their nearest store.
That nearest store is Apple Lynnhaven Mall (opens in new tab) in Virginia Beach. Locals should head over there to buy their new iPhone 12 or buy online instead.
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