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Apple will temporarily close all its retail stores in California

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According to the Hong Kong Business Daily on December 20, Apple said on Saturday local time that Apple will temporarily close all 53 retail stores in California due to the impact of the coronavirus epidemic.

Apple announced on Friday that it would temporarily close its stores in Los Angeles, and the plan has now expanded to the San Francisco Bay Area.

In addition, the plan will include Apple’s retail stores at its headquarters in Silicon Valley, which means that Apple’s retail stores have faced the largest chain closure wave since the outbreak of the epidemic.

Apple has not disclosed the specific date of reopening the affected stores.

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