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
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

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

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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
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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