Apple said on Thursday that it would permanently close one of its retail stores in Minneapolis after another one in Las Vegas caught fire. Apple stores in uptown, south of Minneapolis, have been closed since March because of the popularity of the new crown. While other Apple stores around the world have reopened, stores in the upper city are still closed. On Wednesday, apple informed 60 employees working there that the store would be closed permanently. A day later, the company issued a statement to startribune confirming the closure. < / P > < p > the Minneapolis Apple store was one of several that had been destroyed in the riots following George Freud’s death at the hands of the police. However, Apple had been talking about closing the store before the incident, but now it has accelerated the process. < p > < p > according to news3 Las Vegas, the apple store in the city square of Las Vegas caught fire on Thursday morning. Firefighters received a call to the police at about 6:20 a.m., and a fire broke out in the store. IPhone 12 whole family barrel model exposed: it’s a tribute to iPhone 4