Apple's head of retail Deirdre O’Brien wrote on the company's website: Our commitment is to only move forward with a reopening once we’re confident we can safely return to serving customers from our stores.
Last week, the firm announced that it would reopen stores in four U.S. states, which included Idaho, South Carolina, Alabama, and Alaska.
The Cupertino firm closed all 458 stores outside mainland China in mid-March in a bid to curb the spread of the coronavirus, and only started resuming operations at several locations recently.
Apple will reopen more than 25 of its retail stores in the U.S., indicating that businesses are slowly marking their return to normalcy amidst the coronavirus crisis.
The firm will also be limiting physical presence inside the stores in a bid to keep them spacious.