Apple is reportedly re-closing nearly a dozen additional retail locations in the United States, bringing its total store re-closures in the country to 91.

11 Apple Stores re-closing

As first reported by 9to5Mac Friday morning, the Cupertino company is re-closing an additional eleven brick-and-mortar stores in California, Maryland, Ohio and Tennessee.

California

  • Brea Mall (Brea)
  • South Coast Plaza (Costa Mesa)
  • Irvine Spectrum Center (Irvine)
  • Mission Viejo (Mission Viejo)
  • Fashion Island (Newport Beach)
  • El Paseo Village (Palm Desert)
  • State Street (Santa Barbara)
  • Promenade Temecula (Temecula)

Maryland

  • Columbia (Columbia)

Ohio

  • Kenwood Towne Centre (Cincinnati)

Tennessee

  • CoolSprings Galleria (Franklin)

This brings the number of re-closed Apple stores in the US to 91.

“If regional COVID-19 outbreaks continue popping up in the communities Apple serves, we can expect this pattern of re-opening and re-closing to continue for a considerable amount of time,” author Michael Steeber noted.

COVID-19 concerns and Apple retail

The company began re-opening its retail stores in the US in late May.

However, as the health situation in the country has worsened, the Cupertino tech giant had to re-close many of its retail stores in the United States. Some of the Apple retail stores that temporarily closed doors to customers due to COVID-19 concerns include locations in California, Alabama, Georgia, Idaho and other states, like Florida, Houston and others.

Check apple.com/retail for the latest on store re-openings and operating hours.

Do you shop at Apple’s stores these days?

Apple is advising customers to shop in the Apple Store app or through its online store whenever possible in order to stay on the safe side, even though the company is taking a bunch of proactive measures to protect the health of its shoppers at its retail stores.

Where do you do your Apple gear shopping these days?

Do you just waltz inside the nearest Apple store or do you prefer to use their online store and the iOS app? Maybe you prefer to get your Apple gear from Amazon or other retailers?

Tell us what works for you by leaving a comment down below.