All 270 Apple stores in the United States are open for business on Monday, a company spokesperson confirmed.
It’s the first time that all U.S. stores are open since Apple started closing stores in response to the Covid-19 pandemic last spring. Apple reopened its last closed U.S. locations in Texas on Monday…
Not all Apple stores in the U.S. are fully open for walk-in customers to go inside and browse, however. Customers should check Apple’s website before heading to their store in case it is appointment-only or service is limited in other ways.
My take: Remember the good old days, when you could always kill a few minutes casually wandering around an Apple Store, reading your email and playing with the toys? Appointment-only service can’t be good for retail sales.