The American corporation Apple plans to reopen some of its stores in the United States at the end of August, which were re-closed several weeks ago due to a new surge in cases of coronavirus infection. This was reported by Bloomberg.
According to agency sources, Apple's management is still working on these plans unofficially. We are talking about a few stores in the United States, which the corporation plans to open at the end of this month. These trade enterprises will function only at the time specified for each buyer.
Apple closed all 270 stores in the US in March due to the pandemic. The corporation began opening retail outlets in May but was later forced to close more than 120 of them again.
The tech company recorded revenue and profit growth in the third quarter of fiscal 2020 despite the pandemic. In the three months that ended July 27, revenue was $59.7 billion and net profit was $11.3 billion. Both indicators showed growth compared to the same period in the 2019 fiscal year. Then Apple's revenue was $53.8 billion, and its profit was $10 billion.
Founded in 1976, Apple manufactures iPhones, iPods, iMacs, MacBooks, and other high-tech equipment.