Apple will continue reopening more of its US and Canadian retail stores this week with a mixture of appointment, curbside, storefront, and in-store service. All 50 US states have entered a reopening process with retail allowed to resume in some capacity.

As of June 16, 154 of Apple’s 271 US stores have reopened. Across the globe, Apple has reopened 365 of its 510 stores, with 33 more resuming in the UK on June 15. The safety measures Apple has implemented have been proven to work from country to country without major modifications, and customers and store teams have quickly adjusted to a new normal.

Some locations initially operating at curbside or storefront capacity only have recently expanded the level of service offered. Deirdre O’Brien’s letter to customers in May further detailed Apple’s approach to reopening.

Apple, today:

This week we’ll return to serving customers in many more US locations including by appointment in New York City, where we’re proud to stand beside New Yorkers as they emerge from this incredibly difficult time. All stores continue to practice additional steps for the health of employees and customers, including temperature checks, face coverings and social distancing. As hours and services vary by location, we encourage everyone to check their local store webpage for more information. Customers can also visit for support by phone or chat.

We are committed to reopening our stores in a very thoughtful manner with the health and safety of our customers and teams as our top priority, and we look forward to seeing our customers again soon.

The US has become one of the last regions to see all of its Apple Stores reopen for multiple reasons. State-by-state reopening laws prevented Apple from reopening every location at the same time, and varying infection rates between cities gave Apple a significant amount of health data to consider.

Apple’s reopening process in the US was further slowed at the end of May by looting and vandalism across the country, when protests due to the death of George Floyd were exploited for violence. Nearly all reopened stores in the US were temporarily closed and boarded up. Most locations returned to pandemic-level normality over the past week, and some boarded up locations became inspiring works of art. 14 additional US stores reopened in the first week of June.

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See a full list of stores reopening this week below. Note: some locations are initially appointment only.


In-store Service & Sales

  • Valley Fair (Santa Clara) (Reopened June 15)
  • Oakridge (San Jose) (Reopened June 15)
  • Glendale Galleria (Glendale)
  • Northridge (Northridge)
  • Pasadena (Pasadena)
  • Third Street Promenade (Santa Monica)
  • Manhattan Village (Manhattan Beach)
  • Beverly Center (Los Angeles)
  • Sherman Oaks (Sherman Oaks)
  • Topanga (Canoga Park)
  • Los Cerritos (Cerritos)
  • The Americana at Brand (Glendale)
  • Valencia Town Center (Valencia)


In-store Service & Sales

  • Danbury Fair Mall (Danbury)
  • Trumbull (Trumbull)
  • Westfarms (Farmington)
  • New Haven (New Haven)
  • Evergreen Walk (South Windsor)

By Appointment Only

  • SoNo Collection (Norwalk)
  • Greenwich Avenue (Greenwich)


Curbside Service & Sales

  • Christiana Mall (Newark)


In-store Service & Sales

  • The Fashion Mall at Keystone (Indianapolis)


In-store Service & Sales

  • Lakeside Shopping Center (Metairie)
  • Mall of Louisiana (Baton Rouge)


In-store Service & Sales

  • MarketStreet (Lynnfield)
  • CambridgeSide (Cambridge)
  • Chestnut Hill (Chestnut Hill)
  • South Shore (Braintree)
  • Derby Street (Hingham)
  • Boylston Street (Boston)
  • Burlington (Burlington)
  • Holyoke (Holyoke)
  • Natick (Natick)
  • Legacy Place (Dedham)
  • Solomon Pond Mall (Marlborough)


In-store Service & Sales

  • Woodland (Grand Rapids)


In-store Service & Sales

  • Renaissance at Colony Park (Ridgeland)

New Hampshire

In-store Service & Sales

  • Rockingham Park (Salem)
  • Pheasant Lane (Nashua)
  • The Mall of New Hampshire (Manchester)

New Jersey

Storefront Service & Sales

  • Tice’s Corner (Woodcliff Lake)

Curbside Service & Sales

  • Rockaway (Rockaway)
  • Garden State Plaza (Paramus)
  • Freehold Raceway Mall (Freehold)
  • Short Hills (Short Hills)
  • Menlo Park (Edison)
  • Bridgewater (Bridgewater)
  • Willowbrook (Wayne)
  • Sagemore (Marlton)
  • Cherry Hill (Cherry Hill)
  • Quaker Bridge (Lawrence Township)

New York

By Appointment Only

  • SoHo (NYC)
  • Fifth Avenue (NYC)
  • West 14th Street (NYC)
  • Upper West Side (NYC)
  • Ridge Hill (Yonkers)
  • Manhasset (Manhasset)
  • Grand Central (NYC)
  • Upper East Side (NYC)
  • Williamsburg (Brooklyn)
  • Downtown Brooklyn (Brooklyn)

Storefront Service & Sales

  • Nanuet (Nanuet)

Curbside Service & Sales

  • Roosevelt Field (Garden City)
  • The Westchester (White Plains)
  • Walt Whitman (Huntington Station)
  • Smith Haven (Lake Grove)
  • Queens Center (Elmhurst)
  • Staten Island (Staten Island)


In-store Service & Sales

  • South Hills Village (Pittsburgh) (Reopened June 16)
  • Ross Park (Pittsburgh) (Reopened June 16)

Storefront Service & Sales

  •  Lehigh Valley (Whitehall)

Curbside Service & Sales

  • King of Prussia (King of Prussia)
  • Suburban Square (Ardmore)
  • Willow Grove Park (Willow Grove)
  • Park City (Lancaster)


  • Masonville (London)
  • Bayshore Shopping Centre (Ottawa)
  • Rideau (Ottawa)
  • Conestoga (Waterloo)
  • Place Ste-Foy (Quebec City)

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