As new coronavirus conditions have improved in mainland China, Apple has reopened the 42 retail stores in the country.
The tech company closed all retail stores in the country on February 1, on the advice of healthcare professionals.
The purpose was to reopen stores on February 9, but that date has been extended.
Supply problems, along with the closure of Apple’s retail stores in China, are affecting iPhone sales in the country.
A day after the World Health Organization (WHO) announced the outbreak as an outbreak, China announced Thursday that the outbreak of the Corona virus had ended.
According to Chinese President Xi Jinping, thanks to difficult efforts, China is witnessing a domestic trend in which the prevention and control of infectious diseases are constantly progressing and restoring the order of life and production at an increasing rate. Goes
Meanwhile, reports say supply problems have affected Apple’s new iPhones, such as the iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max, which have disappeared from retail stores in the United States.
According to Alpha Finding reports, stores have been dropping iPhones for weeks and have no idea when the new stock will arrive.
According to a report by the New York Post, wireless retailers have been sold out or are running out on iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro models.
The report says: “Through The Post, employees at various Manhattan retail stores have consistently told the same story of low stock and extraordinary shipments.”
However, the cautious hope that the worst of the “outbreaks in China” has passed.
Factories are slowly starting to increase production, although many are still below normal at this time of year.
Foxkin, which supplied Apple, said it was running at about half the capacity of its modest offseason.