Apple Stores are continuing to slowly reopen across the US.
A total of 75 more Apple retail stores in the US will reopen this week in states like California, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. You can find the full list of Apple Stores reopening this week over at 9to5Mac.
The services that each store offers will vary, with some locations offering in-store service and sales while some will be limited to curbside or storefront service and sales and others will be appointment-only.
Some of the notable locations being opened up this week include several Apple Stores in New York City, like the shops at SoHo, Fifth Avenue, and Grand Central, though those locations will all be appointment-only to start.
Other Apple Stores reopening this week include the Boylston Street location in Boston, the Pasadena store in California, Connecticut's New Haven store, the King of Prussia location in Pennsylvania, and the Rockaway store in New Jersey.
Apple closed all of its retail stores in the US in mid-March in response to the coronavirus. Since then we've seen the company steadily reopening stores while taking steps to fight the spread of the virus, including limiting occupancy, performing temperature checks at the door, and requiring face coverings for all employees and customers.