Apple is “deep cleaning” stores, checking employees’ temperatures and limiting employee travel in affected areas in response to the coronavirus outbreak, according to chief executive Tim Cook. Photo: AP
Apple is “deep cleaning” stores, checking employees’ temperatures and limiting employee travel in affected areas in response to the coronavirus outbreak, according to chief executive Tim Cook. Photo: AP
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CEO Tim Cook says Apple working to mitigate impact of China coronavirus

  • Cupertino, California-based Apple reported US$91.8 billion in revenue for the quarter ended December 28
  • The company is taking steps to make up for production shortages, particularly in Wuhan, where some of its suppliers are located

Apple is “deep cleaning” stores, checking employees’ temperatures and limiting employee travel in affected areas in response to the coronavirus outbreak, according to chief executive Tim Cook. Photo: AP
Apple is “deep cleaning” stores, checking employees’ temperatures and limiting employee travel in affected areas in response to the coronavirus outbreak, according to chief executive Tim Cook. Photo: AP
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