Apple’s 2 Alabama stores among first 6 in the country to reopen
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Apple is starting the process of reopening some of its stores. Mark Graves/Staff Mark Graves

Alabama’s two Apple store locations are among the first in the country to reopen.

After being closed for almost two months during the coronavirus pandemic, Apple announced it was opening six locations in Alabama, Idaho, South Carolina and Alaska. The Apple store at The Summit in Birmingham and the Bridge Street location in Huntsville opened today.

Other stores are expected to reopen in the coming weeks.

According to Business Insider, Apple will check customers’ temperatures when they enter the store and limit the number of shoppers allowed inside. The focus in the re-opened stores will be support; customers are urged to use the website to buy products for delivery or in-store pickup.

Apple operates 271 stores in the U.S.

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