As the coronavirus keeps on spreading in the United States and different nations, Apple is getting ready to revive its retail stores in territory China. Every one of the 42 areas in the nation will be open as of Friday local time, Apple affirmed to Bloomberg's Mark Gurman.
Apple began closing down select stores in China in January, and toward the beginning of February, shut all stores in China. As the spread of the virus has decreased in China, Apple has been reviving stores, and toward the finish of February, more than half of retail locations in the nation were open.
Following the closure of its stores in China, Apple declared that it won't meet its March quarter income goals, referring to both compelled iPhone supplies worldwide and lower client demand for Apple products in China.
Government information shared not long ago recommended Apple sold 60 percent fewer iPhones in China in February 2020 contrasted with February 2019.
Coronavirus contamination numbers and deaths have been consistently declining in China through the span of the last few weeks, and the most exceedingly awful of the outbreak seems to be over.
Apple may soon be confronting store closures in the United States as the coronavirus keeps on spreading. Enormous events and get-togethers have been prohibited in numerous states, major sporting events have been canceled, and Disneyland has closed down for the rest of the month. There are over 1,500 known coronavirus cases in the United States and more than 30 individuals have died.