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Restarting of Apple Store in South Korea focusing mainly on fixing Macs and iPhones

Apple stores outside of China shut down since March because of the Coronavirus pandemic, without a planned date for them to revive.

An Apple store in Seoul will resuscitate on Saturday, one of its agents insisted. It’s the primary Apple retail store outside of China to restore, and it simply stores in South Korea. The store will have limited hours and will focus on fixing existing customers’ iPhones and PCs. A concentration for the store will be administration and backing at the Genius Bar. For clients who need to make a buy, we have a few alternatives including requesting on the web for the conveyance or get available,” Apple said in an announcement.

The Seoul store reviving gives a set of Apple’s technique to revive its retail offices once different nations start to lift stay-at-home requests. Many Apple Stores far and wide stayed shut. South Korea hit exactly on schedule by the Coronavirus erupting, still, its response has drawn approval far and wide, particularly for its ability to comprehensively test for the disease.

Apple alarms in February, while thought still, all things considered, focused on China that its second-quarter pay will hurt by the COVID-19. It said it expected lower demand in China and overall reserve prerequisites for iPhones. Starting now and into the foreseeable future, Apple shares are down over 10%. Apple reports pay on 30th April.

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