As a result of the few reopenings of the Apple stores that are appearing with droplets in some countries, we can already see through social networks how these stores are operating . A good part of what I imagined a few days ago has come true: the Apple Stores of the new normality have queues with social distancing and health controls when entering.
Specifically, as we can see in some tweets they have collected since 9to5Mac, we can see rules like the distance of two meters between people and temperature controls when entering. The benches and stools inside the shops are much more separated than usual, and therefore they are also more scarce.
As you can see in the video of this last tweet, the employees attend to the employees also with some distance and reducing to a minimum the contact with the products. Masks and gloves are the order of the day, of course.
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At the moment we still have no news of possible reopenings of the Spanish or Mexican Apple Stores, although as the de-escalation phase advances we should see something similar to all these Australian stores (in Spain perhaps with phase 1). Some Premium Resellers , in fact, are already taking the first steps under strict appointment rules in some cities.
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