Apple announced today that the Apple Store retail store in the town of Simi Valley in the city of Simi Valley, California, will be closed later this month. The retail outlet is about 30 miles from downtown Los Angeles.
It is understood that September 15 will be Apple Simi Valley Apple Store open the door to open the last day. In addition to thanks to customers for more than a decade of support, Apple also recommends that consumers view their retail list of Apple Retail stores, which have been found near the retail store location. The store was officially opened in May 2006.
So far, Apple has not announced the reasons for the closure of the Apple Store retail stores, but some people say that Apple is doing so because the store's sales are too low, and customer traffic is too small, which Apple Store is not common.
In addition, Apple chose to close the Apple Store retail store seems to be Apple and the United States throughout the shop renovation work does not matter. We do not know whether the store's employees will be fired, or transferred to another Apple Store retail store.
The Apple Store has been given high expectations before the opening of the Apple Store, but its customer traffic is lower than expected, one of the possible reasons may be the expansion of the 2008 Oaks Mall in California.