Apple is slowly reopening its retail stores in China after the forced closure due to the coronavirus epidemic.
As of yesterday, 29 out of 42 Apple Stores have been open in China, albeit with cut-off times, at least until the first days of March.
Thirteen Apple stores in China remain closed, including Shanghai International Trade, Nanjing Jinmaohui, Suzhou, Hangzhou Vientiane City, West Lake, Xiamen New Life Plaza, Tahoe Plaza. All Apple stores in Tianjin and Chongqing are still closed.
Apple had decided to close all of its stores and offices in China due to the coronavirus epidemic. Over the days, the company began to take over various activities and reopen the first Apple Stores, Pkin and then in other regions of China.
The economic impact of the coronavirus could be very serious for Apple, even if several analysts agree that the company will be able to recover in the second half.