Apple is closing its branded stores

Apple is closing its stores

The number of Apple Stores closed due to the COVID-19 epidemic continues to grow.

The company closed 26 stores in the United States during the day. The full list of outlets that are temporarily closed is published on the official Apple website:

▪️ Apple Carnegie Library in Washington DC
▪️ Apple Century City in Los Angeles, California
▪️ Apple Beverly Center in Los Angeles, California
▪️ Apple Walnut Street in Philadelphia, PA
▪️ Apple Baybrook in Friendswood, TX
▪️ Apple First Colony Mall in Sugar Land, Texas
▪️ Apple Highland Village in Houston, TX
▪️ Apple Memorial City in Houston, TX
▪️ Apple Willowbrook Mall in Houston, TX
▪️ Apple The Woodlands in The Woodlands, TX
▪️ Apple Crocker Park in Westlake, Ohio
▪️ Apple Eton in Woodmere, Ohio
▪️ Apple Summit Mall in Akron, Ohio
▪️ Apple Fair Oaks in Fairfax, VA
▪️ Apple Potomac Town Center in Woodbridge, VA
▪️ Apple Cumberland in Atlanta, Georgia
▪️ Apple Lenox Square in Atlanta, Georgia
▪️ Apple Saddle Creek in Germantown, Tennessee
▪️ Apple The Gardens in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida
▪️ Apple Pheasant Lane in Nashua, New Hampshire
▪️ Apple Towson in Towson , Maryland
▪️ Apple Alderwood in Linwood, Washington
▪️ Apple Bellevue Square in Bellevue, Washington
▪️ Apple Southcenter in Tookville, Washington
▪️ Apple Tacoma in Tacoma, Washington State
▪️ Apple University Village in Seattle, Washington

Apple did not comment on the situation, but said many temporarily closed stores continue to serve customers with orders placed for pickup or delivery.

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