Apple closing down all of its stores in France amid fresh Lockdown

Fahad PervezWeb Editor

03rd Apr, 2021. 09:12 pm

Due to the fresh wave of coronavirus in the world, France goes into the third lockdown in the country.

As per reports, American tech giant Apple has announced that it is closing all its 20 stores across the country. Before this statement from the tech giant, most of the Apple stores have been closed with the exclusion of 8 stores.

Apple’s official Twitter account “Apple UNSA” made the announcement, the tweet said that the eight stores including the Apple Champs-Élysées, Apple Opéra, and Apple Marché Saint-Germain stores which have remained open since March will be closed indefinitely starting on the evening of April 3. So all those who have orders to pick up have until this evening to do so.

Earlier, Apple has decided to shut down all of its stores in California including ones in the San Francisco Bay area. This arrives after the company began shutting stores in Los Angeles last week, bringing the number almost up to 100.

As per reports, the Cupertino giant has shuttered all of its retail stores in California, with notice being put up to inform customers that its stores are temporarily closed. However, some of the pending orders are still being allowed for pickups and other genius bar appointments through 22nd December 2020.

Unfortunately, it is currently unknown when these stores will reopen, however, it is confirmed that the locations will remain closed through the holidays.

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