Apple reopens its stores, beginning in Korea
Apple reopens its stores, beginning in Korea

Apple announced Thursday that it will reopen its only retail store in South Korea on April 18, after all stores outside Greater China were closed due to the spread of the new Corona virus last month. Restored site (COFED-19) COVID-19.

After the first major epidemic outside China, South Korea managed to control virus coronavirus cases largely without major interruption due to extensive testing activities and in-depth patient communication tracking.

"South Korea has made great progress in publishing (Covid-19) and we are pleased to announce the reopening of (Apple) Garosugil," Apple said in a statement. Apple closed more than a month after the outbreak. The 42 stores in China reopened in March.

The company said the work will focus on service and support. “For customers who want to buy, we have many options, including ordering supplies or receiving goods online in stores.”

Apple's plan to open a store in Seoul began the day after the 4.7-inch iPhone SE was released for $ 399. This is said to attract budget-conscious customers as the Covid 19 pandemic disrupts the global economy.

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