Apple’s new webpage directs customers to its online shopping services
Apple has launched a new web page which brings together links and information about its online services for customers shopping at home during the global health crisis.
Entitled “Everything You Love About Our Stores Is Online,” the new tote page links from the Apple.com home page and includes details on contactless delivery options, Help Apple specialists, finance and credit options, Apple Trade In, Apple Card, order status check, service and support.
The page also links to “Today at Apple – At Home,” a series of fun how-to videos to help users get creative during ongoing home care measures, and there is a series of links to categories for customers to explore products. on the Apple online store.
Apple has gradually reopened its retail stores in countries where lockdowns have eased, although some operate limited hours.
Apple CEO Tim Cook said last week that Apple will reopen stores in Austria and Australia this week, and Apple’s only Apple Store in Vienna will reopen on Tuesday, May 5.
We’re still waiting to find out exactly when stores in North America reopen, but Cook also said Apple plans to reopen a few stores in the United States starting in May. Store openings will be phased, with Apple evaluating data that includes local guidelines and recommendations before the reopening.