Apple won't call its employees back to the office until Feb. 1, according to news reports.
The company reportedly told employees Thursday that they can work remotely full-time through the end of January. Most people will only have to come in once or twice per week in February, with exceptions for teams whose work requires them to meet in person more often.
Starting in March, Apple will start its full hybrid schedule, where most employees come in Monday, Tuesday and Thursday.
The company's inflexible hybrid work schedule has been the subject of some internal controversy and an employee movement in support of more remote work flexibility. According to The Information, Apple will now allow for up to four weeks of full-time remote work per year, up from the two it had previously indicated.
Apple spokesperson Chloe Sanchez Sweet declined to comment on the news.