Apple is making changes with Apple Stores
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A new era begins at Apple Stores

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A new era begins at Apple Stores

Apple announced that it will launch dozens of new training workshops on a variety of topics, ranging from music and video to photo and video artwork and design across 495 Apple Stores next month. Practical workshops organized under the name “Today at Apple” will be conducted by experienced team members and artists, photographers and musicians around the world in selected cities. The workshops will be presented at different levels, from basic information and how-to courses to professional-level programs.


“In the heart of every Apple Store lies the willingness to educate and inspire communities we serve,” said Angela Ahrendts, vice president of Apple’s Store, who also added, “We create a city square in modern sense. This area, where everyone can come in, brings together the best aspects of Apple to help people connect with each other, discover new areas of passion, and improve their skills. We think it will be a fun and enlightening experience for everyone involved. ”



Apart from that, Apple will also offer special programs for families and trainers. Teachers come together in Teachers’ Special Tuesdays to learn new ways to use technology in their classroom, and programmers of all ages will learn to write code in Swift, Apple’s programming language for iOS and Mac applications. Families will be able to participate in Child Time workshops on weekends, ranging from music to writing robots and code. Small business owners will be able to communicate with global and local entrepreneurs in the new Business World program.


“Today at Apple” will be launched worldwide in May with workshops in all stores.

Jack Goodman

Founder & CEO of BrightTitan

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