Apple postpones return to work plan until at least October
Apple has postponed plans to bring employees back to the office, according to a report on Monday, with the company now expected to hold off on in-person work until at least October due to a COVID-19 surge.
Apple previously scheduled a shift toward normal corporate operations in September as California and other regions seemed capable of better handling the pandemic. A recent uptick in delta variant cases in and around Cupertino, as well as around the world, has given the tech giant pause, according to Bloomberg.Citing people familiar with the company's plans, the report claims Apple has delayed its plans by at least a month. The iPhone maker will inform employees at least a month before in-office work is mandated.