Four Apple Stores Spain had to reclose following a rise in Covid-19 cases. Across the U.S. they are closing and reopening to respond to the local situation too. The Mac Observer is regularly updating this list. It is also worth checking what services your local retail location is offering as it can differ, particularly across the U.S. Some stores that are in the process of closing are keeping Genius and pick-up appointments.

Apple Stores Open In The U.S.

Apple Stores across a number of states are now open, although definitely check before you go as they can be closed on certain days. Some are offering full service, others are open for curbside pickups.

      1. Little Rock, The Promenade at Chenal 

Hawaii

  • Florida

  1. Brandon, Brandon
  2. Estero, Coconut Point
  3. Fort Lauderdale, The Galleria
  4. Jacksonville, St. Johns Town Center
  5. Miami Beach, Lincoln Road
  6. Miami, Brickell City Centre
  7. Miami, Dadeland
  8. Miami, The Falls
  9. Naples, Waterside Shops
  10. Orlando, Florida Mall
  11. Orlando, Millenia
  12. Palm Beach Gardens, The Gardens Mall
  13. Sarasota, University Town Center
  14. Tampa, International Plaza
  15. Wellington, Wellington Green
  • Georgia

  1. Alpharetta, Avalon
  2. Atlanta, Cumberland Mall
  3. Atlanta, Lenox Square
  4. Atlanta, Perimeter
  5. Augusta, Augusta
  6. Buford, Mall of Georgia

Hawaii

  1. Honolulu, Ala Moana
  2. Honolulu, Kahala
  3. Honolulu, Royal Hawaiian
  • Idaho
  1. Boise, Boise Towne Square
  • Illinois
  1. Chicago, Lincoln Park
  2. Chicago, Michigan Avenue
  3. Deer Park, Deer Park
  4. Naperville, Main Place
  5. Northbrook, Northbrook
  6. Oak Brook, Oakbrook
  7. Orland Park, Orland Square Mall
  8. Schaumburg, Woodfield
  9. Skokie, Old Orchard
  • Indiana
  1. Indianapolis, The Fashion Mall at Keystone
  2. Mishawaka, University Park Mall
  • Kansas

  1. Leawood, Leawood
  • Kentucky

  1. Lexington, Fayette Mall
  2. Louisville, Oxmoor
  • Louisiana
  1. Baton Rouge, Mall of Louisiana
  2. Metairie, Lakeside Shopping Center
  • Maine

  1. South Portland, Maine Mall
  • Maryland

  1. Annapolis, Annapolis
  2. Bethesda, Bethesda Row
  3. Bethesda, Montgomery Mall
  4. Columbia, Columbia
  5. Towson, Towson Town Center
  • Massachusetts

  1. Boston, Boylston Street
  2. Braintree, South Shore
  3. Burlington, Burlington
  4. Cambridge, CambridgeSide
  5. Chestnut Hill, Chestnut Hill
  6. Dedham, Legacy Place
  7. Hingham, Derby Street
  8. Holyoke, Holyoke
  9. Lynnfield, MarketStreet
  10. Marlborough, Solomon Pond Mall
  11. Natick, Natick
  • Michigan

  1. Ann Arbor, Briarwood
  2. Clinton Township, Partridge Creek
  3. Grand Rapids, Woodland
  4. Lansing, Eastwood Towne Center
  5. Novi, Twelve Oaks
  6. Troy, Somerset
  • Minnesota

  1. Bloomington, Mall of America
  2. Edina, Southdale
  3. Minneapolis, Uptown
  4. Minnetonka, Ridgedale
  5. Roseville, Rosedale Center
  • Mississippi

  1. Ridgeland, Renaissance at Colony Park
  • Missouri

  1. Kansas City, Country Club Plaza
  2. St. Louis, Saint Louis Galleria
  3. St. Louis, West County
  • Nevada

    1. Las Vegas, Summerlin
    2. Las Vegas, Town Square
    3. Reno, Summit Sierra
  • New Mexico

  1. Albuquerque, ABQ Uptown
  • New York

  1. Albany, Crossgates
  2. Brooklyn, Downtown Brooklyn
  3. Brooklyn, Williamsburg
  4. Buffalo, Walden Galleria
  5. Elmhurst, Queens Center
  6. Garden City, Roosevelt Field
  7. Huntington Station, Walt Whitman
  8. Lake Grove, Smith Haven
  9. Manhasset, Manhasset
  10. Nanuet, Nanuet
  11. New York, Fifth Avenue
  12. New York, Grand Central
  13. New York, SoHo
  14. New York, Upper East Side
  15. New York, Upper West Side
  16. New York, West 14th Street
  17. New York, World Trade Center
  18. Staten Island, Staten Island
  19. Syracuse, Syracuse
  20. Victor, Eastview
  21. White Plains, The Westchester
  22. Yonkers, Ridge Hill

Nebraska

  1. Omaha, Village Pointe
  1. Tigard, Bridgeport Village
  2. Tigard, Washington Square
  • Pennsylvania
  1. Pittsburgh, Shadyside
  • South Carolina
  1. Greenville, Haywood Mall
  • Tennessee
  1. Franklin, CoolSprings Galleria
  2. Knoxville, West Town Mall

Texas

  1. Austin, Barton Creek
  2. San Antonio, La Cantera

Utah

      1. Farmington, Station Park
      2. Murray, Fashion Place
      3. Salt Lake City, City Creek Center
  • Virginia

    1. Norfolk, MacArthur Center
    2. Virginia Beach, Lynnhaven Mall
  • Washington

    1. Lynnwood, Alderwood
    2. Seattle, University Village
    3. Spokane, River Park Square
    4. Tacoma, Tacoma Mall
    5. Tukwila, Southcenter
  • Wisconsin

    1. Madison, Hilldale
  • Europe

    The situation across Europe is changing following a rise in cases and the reimposition of lockdowns.

    United Kingdom

    Following the announcement of a two-week ‘firebreak’ lockdown, the St David’s 2 store in Cardiff, Wales is now closed. In Northern Ireland, the store in Victoria Square, Belfast, is closed following further lockdown measures. ‘Non-essential’ retail locations in England have been told to shut from 00:01 on Thursday, November 5 until (at least), December 2. Consequently, we can expect all Apple Stores to be shuttered during that time period.

    Rest of the World

    All Apple Stores in Australia, Hong Kong, and South Korea are open. In Japan, all 10 of the firm’s retail locations are open.

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ed.eastridge

Actually, Oxmoor Mall in Louisville is still closed.

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ed.eastridge

The Oxmoor Mall store in Louisville is not open as of yet. Unfortunately.

dndgirl

Could you please correct the spelling of store number 25 in California? The city is Pleasanton, California, not Pleaston. Thank you.

Dave Ginsburg

All the stores in Illinois are open now. I am going to one of them today to have my MacBook Pro repaired.

As I expected, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Delaware and Massachusetts are not on that list. Some parts of Pittsburgh are the “Pennsyltucky” extension of Ohio. But I am surprised by the reopening of California.