Apple Reopens 10 Stores In China, While Others Remain Closed


10 More Apple stores have reopened across China, while stores outside Beijing remains closed due to coronavirus

Apple has ordered the closure of its stores worldwide due to the coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan, China. However, in a recent update published update on its website, Apple said 10 stores have been reopened in China, while other stores outside Beijing remain closed.

Although it is now opened, the stores will work for limited hours of 11 a.m to 6 p.m. and 12 a.m to 6 p.m local time until further notice.

Here is the list of stores reopened in China


Apple Chengdu Vientiane City

Apple Chengdu Taikoo Li


Apple Dalian Han Lung Plaza

Apple Centennial City


Apple Pearl River New City

Apple Sky Plaza


Apple Quingdao Vientiane City (pictured)


Apple Hong Kong Plaza

Apple Nanjing East Road

Apple Pudong

Apple has still not given an update on when the other stores will be opened in mainland China, which according to them is closed due to the viral outbreak.

The ongoing delays from the coronavirus outbreak in China will likely impact iPhone production, especially its upcoming low-cost iPhone.

According to the report, the virus has infected more than 75,000 people, and there have been at least 1,870 deaths, primarily in China.

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