Apple Introduces New Features To Its One To One Training Program

Apple Introduces New Features To Its One To One Training Program

Apple's One to One sessions are ideal for those who want to learn more about their Mac or iOS devices.

Apple has today introduced a number of new features to its One to One program, which provides personal and group training to those with Mac and iOS devices. In addition to a redesigned website, the $99 per year subscription service now offers shorter, 30-minute sessions; more tutorial videos; VoiceOver support for the visually impaired, and more.

When you sign up to the One to One program, you not only get training sessions in a local Apple store, but your also get your own One to One web page, where you can make reservations, read tips and tricks, write notes, and view sample projects. This now features a new user interface that boasts VoiceOver support, more tutorial videos, the ability to delete as well as add notes, and more.

In addition to its one-hour sessions, Apple has also introduced 30-minute ones for smaller projects, and it has also decreased the length of its “Personal Projects” sessions — where users can get additional help for special projects — to 90 minutes. These have also be renamed  to “Open Training.”

These changes have gone live today, according to Macerkopf.de, so you should be able to take advantage of them immediately if you’re a One to One subscriber.

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Killian BellKillian Bell is a staff writer based in the U.K. He has an interest in all things tech and also covers Android over at CultofAndroid.com. You can follow him on Twitter via @killianbell.

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