Apple in an internal video to employees on Monday outlined upcoming plans for its retail stores, saying that May will likely see the reopening of "many more" brick-and-mortar locations that are currently closed due to COVID-19.
Apple Garosugil will be the first store to re-open after the coronavirus shutdown. Deirdre O'Brien, Apple's VP of retail and people, announced the company's intent in a weekly video update to employees, reports Bloomberg.
According to workers, O'Brien did not disclose specifics, saying only that "we are continuing to analyze this health situation in every location, and I do expect we will reopen up many more stores in May." Which Apple Stores are slated to reopen next month is unknown, though a number of regions in the U.S., Europe and Asia are loosening restrictions as the coronavirus curve flattens in those areas.