‘Today At Apple’ Sessions Expanding To Every Apple Store Starting May
Apple is expanding its educational sessions, ‘Today at Apple’ to all of its 495 App Stores across the globe starting next month. There will be a bevy of sessions offered with more than 60 hands-on sessions on different topics such as Pro Series, Photo Labs and much more. The educational programs will be held starting May, so do keep a look out for it. As for now, let’s dive in to see some more details on the subject.
Apple’s ‘Today at Apple’ Sessions To A Cater Wide Audience Across Various Fields
Apple’s educational program will be held by the company’s highly trained members, including the world class artists also taking part in various cities across the globe.
“At the heart of every Apple Store is the desire to educate and inspire the communities we serve,” said Angela Ahrendts, Apple’s senior vice president, Retail. “‘Today at Apple’ is one of the ways we’re evolving our experience to better serve local customers and entrepreneurs. We’re creating a modern-day town square, where everyone is welcome in a space where the best of Apple comes together to connect with one another, discover a new passion, or take their skill to the next level. We think it will be a fun and enlightening experience for everyone who joins.”
Apart from this, the Cupertino giant will also offer programs which will detail the features and usefulness of its products. For instance, the company will offer proper How-To sessions to users interested in photography via the iPhone. This will include the basics of capturing a photo to editing them and much more.
Teachers can come together for Teacher Tuesday to learn new ways to incorporate technology into their classrooms, or aspiring coders of all ages can learn how to code in Swift, Apple’s programming language for iOS and Mac apps. Families can join weekend Kids Hour sessions ranging from music making to coding with robots.
The educational programs to be held in May will cater a wide audience and skill levels. Other than this, there will be certain sessions held in favor of the company’s professional-grade programs like Logic Pro X and Final Cut Pro X.
Large Forum Displays will be received by all Apple Stores for the ‘Today at Apple’ sessions with the seating and sound systems also upgraded. In addition to this, the wall displays will also jump up a notch to aid users in learning more about their products.
Special programs for families and educators are also part of the sessions. Teachers can visit the Apple Stores on Tuesday for Teach Tuesday in which they will be acquainted with how the technology in classrooms will enhance their skills. The same is the case with coders and kids.
There will be more to the story, so be sure to keep a look out for it. As for now, what are your thoughts on Apple’s “Today at Apple” educational program? Share your thoughts in the comments.