Apple Is Permanently Closing Its Infinite Loop Store
Perhaps Apple’s most iconic Apple Store is closing its doors for good on January 20, the company has confirmed. The Infinite Loop retail store in Cupertino, California will close at a location that was once the home to Apple.
The company left Infinite Loop when it opened the Apple Park campus in 2017.
Apple says that it will be giving employees a chance to continue working for the company, with nearby stores set to be the likely destination. In a statement provided to MacRumors, Apple said that it looks forward to seeing customers at its other retail locations including the Apple Park Visitor Center.
“After many years of serving customers at our stores in the Bay Area, we plan to close our store at Infinite Loop,” an Apple spokesperson said, in a statement shared with MacRumors. “All of our valued team members will have the opportunity to continue their roles with Apple. We look forward to welcoming our customers at our nearby Apple Park Visitor Center and other locations, on Apple.com, and the Apple Store app.”
The report also notes that Apple is permanently closing its Royal Hawaiian store in Honolulu on the same January 20 date.
Apple does still have some offices at its Infinite Loop location and workers will continue to be present despite this Apple Store news.