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Tim Cook: Aussie Apple Stores to reopen within two weeks.

Anyone with an Apple Store near them would have noticed that Apple made the decision to close it’s retail stores in Australia during March amid the global COVID-19 Pandemic.

The closures protected both Apple Retail staff, and customers from the spread of COVID-19 in the community, plus, let’s be honest, traffic in shopping centres has been down dramatically which itself was not a good thing for business.

However, as Australia moves to the other side of the “curve”, it looks like we’re about to see a retail switch on as Apple begins planning to re-open retail stores in Australia.

CEO Tim Cook told Bloomberg ahead of today’s company earnings call “going to look at the data and make a decision city by city, county by county, depending on the circumstances in that particular place.”

In that, he went on to confirm that Australian retail stores will re-open in the next one to two weeks, while US stores will stay closed for the most part.

We do not have a confirmed date at this stage, but if you’re like me and have a Mac computer you need Genius attention on – you’ll be hanging by your keyboard for the opening dates.

Tim Cook: Aussie Apple Stores to reopen within two weeks.
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