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Apple widens 'Today at Apple' in-store classes with 60 new programs

"Candra Narelle" (2020-08-02)

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Apple said Tuesday it was expanding its "Today at Apple" in-store tutorial program, adding 60 newly designed video, music and design sessions. The new sessions will include walks and labs when they launch next year. 

Angela Ahrendts, Apple's head of retail, said new sessions include Small Screen Magic for shooting and editing video with the Clips app, 상류 사회 a Music Lab called Advanced Beat Making with Logic Pro, and Photo Labs for Kids and Fun Family Portraits, which teach photography skills. Apple will also introduce a Design Lab called Drawing Treehouse that was created with Foster + Partners, the architectural firm that redesigned Apple Stores. 

The Apple Store app has also gotten a new section that will make suggestions based on the products you own and show sessions in your city. 

Apple launched the Today at Apple educational seminars, which are free and open to the public, at all of its stores last year. The company has held more than 18,000 sessions a week since the program launched, Ahrendts said. 

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The announcement came during a Brooklyn, New York event at which Apple unveiled new iPads and Macs. 

The event -- Apple's fourth of the year  and the second to take place outside California -- is a departure from the company's usual choice of Bay Area venues. It marks just the second time Apple has hosted an event in New York. The first, in 2012 at the Guggenheim Museum, was to launch its iPad digital textbook software.