Apple Stores in the UK have started accepting walk-in customers

Apple is removing the requirement to attend a session with a reservation from a few of its Apple Stores in the United Kingdom.

Apple Stores in the UK have started accepting walk-in customers

Since the UK government implemented “Plan B” measures in December to combat an increase in Omicron variant COVID-19 infections, Apple has restricted entry to its stores to consumers with appointments only. Apple is gradually reopening its stores to passing trade.

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On Friday night, Apple updated the shop listings for 17 Apple Stores in the United Kingdom to indicate that they are once again accepting walk-in customers. While the roll-out is scheduled to encompass 38 outlets, iMore reports that only 17 are now advertising that walk-in consumers are welcome.

The stores that no longer require appointments to visit are:

  • Basingstoke
  • Bath
  • Brent Cross
  • Bromley The Glades
  • Brighton
  • Bristol Cribbs Causeway
  • Kent Bluewater
  • Lakeside (Essex)
  • Liverpool
  • London Covent Garden
  • London Regent Street
  • Plymouth
  • Reading
  • Stratford
  • Southampton
  • White City

The remaining 21 outlets will continue to require appointments and will not accept walk-in customers for the time being. All of the stores in the appointment-only group are located in England, with the exception of four in Scotland and the sole location in Wales.

Apple is likely to extend the policy to encompass the remaining outlets in the following weeks, depending on the severity of the epidemic.

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