Apple Delays Return To Office INDEFINITELY

File: Apple CEO Tim Cook attends the grand opening of the new Apple store at The Grove on 19 November 2021 in Los Angeles, California (Getty Images)

According to NBC News journalist Zoe Schiffer, Apple has reportedly delayed calling its employees to office to a date “yet to be determined” from the earlier deadline of 1 February, after a surge in Covid-19 cases.

Employees were informed of the move via a memo sent by the company’s chief executive Tim Cook on Wednesday, according to several media reports. The memo also noted that every corporate employee, including retail workers, would be getting $1,000 (£755) to spend on home office equipment,

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