Apple’s ‘Hour of Code’ classes will run for a whole week this year


In previous years, Apple ran the events for just one day.
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Apple has officially opened registration for its free “Hour of Code” workshops, which this year will run every day for a week at around 500 Apple stores around the world.

In previous years, Apple has offered just one day of workshops for its introduction to programming events, produced in partnership with

Today in Apple history: Apple begins retail venture inside CompUSA


Apple wanted more control over how it sold its computers.
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Nov4November 4, 1997: Apple announces a new deal to give it a mini “store within a store” in CompUSA outlets around the United States.

In a step toward the official Apple stores that would launch four years later, Cupertino staffs these mini-stores with Apple-trained employees. The move gives Apple a bit more control over the way its products get displayed and demoed to consumers.

Apple opening an app development center in India


Apple is continuing its Indian drive.
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Apple plans to open a new high-end app development center in Bengaluru, India, according to a new report, citing people familiar with the company’s plans.

The report claims that Apple has already come to terms concerning a 40,000 square foot office space, spread across two floors. It is likely that this space will house around 300 people, and will open in early 2017.