Apple has decided not to encourage customers to try on AirPods or Apple Watches in-store in a bid to stop staff and customers spreading Covid-19 coronavirus.
Staff will allow customers to try products if they are specifically asked, but will no longer offer – without being prompted – the chance to check if the devices fit. Certain Apple Stores have adopted this measure already and we expect it to become more widespread in the coming days and weeks (via Business Insider).
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