Apple begins to reopen its stores. It starts from Vienna
After those of Unieuro is Mediaworld, now it’s the turn of the Apple outlets to reopen its doors, after the closure imposed by the coronavirus epidemic.
The Cupertino house had in fact closed its stores all over the world at the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, with the exception of those in mainland China. Now, with the loosening of the lockdowns imposed a bit in all countries and with the improvement of the health situation, Apple is about to reopen its first store in Europe: to inaugurate an “almost” return to normal will in fact be the Apple Store in Vienna, in Austria.
Tim Cook He said he will reopen his stores in Austria and Australia soon, but has not indicated an official calendar. According to the well-informed, the store could reopen its doors even today, May 5.
There is obviously a lot of caution in the reopening procedures and careful planning. Apple stores, in fact, attract many people and for this reason, all measures must be put in place so that visitors can feel safe. In all likelihood, the entrances will also be checked and the simultaneous number of guests within the areas limited.
At the moment, however, it seems that Apple’s strategy is to continue to encourage customers to shop online while Apple Stores will focus more on services and support.