Apple considers in-person work part of the experience. Part of the company culture at a very basic level. But working from home has become the go-to option for many companies and people, a forced result of the global pandemic. So plans had to change, and they keep changing.
Today at Apple, the in-store sessions that have become so popular for the company over the years, is expanding. In an effort to give more opportunities to individuals who participate, the company is tapping local artists and community partners to offer up their time and knowledge. The result is something called Today at Apple Creative Studios.
Even though the pandemic saw many retailers downsizing their operations, Apple definitely isn't one of them, according to a new report from Germany’s Funke Mediengruppe.
Ahead of the grand opening tomorrow, Friday 27, at 10am local time, Apple has invited selected Italian journalists for a preview of its brand-new retail store located on Rome's Via del Corso.
Apple has pushed an update to its Apple Store shopping app on the App Store, bringing sidebar navigation to the iPad and a pair of other improvements.
If you're planning on getting a new iMac, you may want to save yourself a trip to your local Apple Store as some particular finishes are only available in the online Apple store.
Apple's online stores around the world have gone temporarily offline ahead of the “Spring Loaded” special event at 10am PT today, expected to serve as a launchpad for a mix of new products including new iPad, AirTags item trackers, iPhone cases, revamped iMacs and more.
The latest rounds of lockdown measures put in effect in England and Scotland yesterday have closed the remainder of Apple's retail stores in the United Kingdom.
Raging COVID-19 epidemic and worsening outbreaks have forced Apple's leadership to temporarily close almost a hundred retail stores in the United States in the past week, including all stores in California. The timing of these temporary store closures couldn't have been worse as we are now in one of the busiest shopping weeks of the holiday season.
England entered a four-week national lockdown on November 5, but now shoppers are returning to stores under the country's new tier system after non-essential retailers such as Apple have reopened their doors. The Cupertino company has reopened all of the 32 stores it operates in the country and has allowed the iPhone Upgrade Program to resume.
Apple's retail stores in England are now closed as the country has entered a new national lockdown this morning. As a result of these new COVID-19 lockdown restrictions, Apple's iPhone Upgrade Program is temporarily unavailable until at least December 2.
The MacBook Pro is currently out of stock at Apple's online and retail stores, with new deliveries arriving in mid-November, according to German-language blog Macerkopf.de. As you know, Apple is widely rumored to be holding an online-only product presentation around mid-November to supposedly announce the first Mac model powered by its own silicon.