The global coronavirus pandemic has put a new emphasis on buying online, and Apple has taken notice. Days before the company is expected to announce its new iPhone 12 lineup, as well as many other cool things, it will apparently begin to use its network of nearly 300 Apple Stores to ship products directly to customers.
According to a Bloomberg report, Apple has typically either shipped devices and accessories from warehouses located in a customer’s region or directly from China. This new change means that items that are in stock in Apple Stores will be shipped directly to customers in the U.S. and Canada.
Bloomberg reports that Apple Stores will ship products using FedEx in the U.S. and UPS in Canada. Customers could receive