Connecticut Welcomes the Reopening of the Apple Store
Over three months ago, Apple decided to close its doors due to COVID-19.
It was March 13 when Apple closed all their stores outside of China, but now Mac users are dancing in the streets because over 70 stores in the U.S. and Canada are opening back up according to an article on the '9to5mac.com' website. OK, maybe their not dancing in the streets, but Mac users are ecstatic.
I will admit, I am a happy mac user and have been for many years. I enjoy traveling to Danbury Fair's Apple Store, sometimes just to walk around. The trick is to arrive when the store opens to avoid the large crowds. Yes, the Danbury store is back open for business.
As expected, Apple will be taking COVID-19 precautions by limiting store occupancy. Face coverings will be required to enter. If you don't have one, the Apple Store will provide you with one. You can expect touchless temperature checks, and social distancing will also be required.
According to the Newstimes, other Connecticut locations reopening are in Greenwich, Norwalk, Trumbull, and downtown New Haven. To access all the information regarding the Danbury Fair Apple Store, click on apple.com.
I have been asked many times by various individuals why I chose a mac laptop over a PC. PCs, in most cases, are much less expensive, which is true. For instance, a brand new 13" Macbook Pro costs between $1,300 and $1,800. The 16" model goes from $2,400 to $2,800. Price variations are determined by power and memory. I've always been a Mac guy, and I'll continue to hoard away money until I can afford the latest model.