Today at Apple adds 50 new sessions in expanded formats


'Today at Apple,' artists try to make a living.
'Today at Apple,' artists try to make a living.
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Apple is expanding its slate of Today at Apple sessions with 50 new classes that offer free educational experiences for iPhone, iPad and Mac users.

Today at Apple first started at Apple store in 2017, providing 18,000 free sessions a week that have been attended by millions of people around the world. With the new sessions, Apple is expanding on its most popular sessions, giving participants more opportunities to create and explore with their products.

“Since the beginning, Today at Apple has been about educating and inspiring the communities we serve. These new sessions are an opportunity to unlock the creative potential in all of our customers,” said Angela Ahrendts. “There is a session for everyone at Today at Apple and we can’t wait to see what you will create.”

With the new sessions, Apple is introducing three new formats: skills, walks and labs. The sessions cover photography, video, music, coding, drawing, design and more. All of the sessions are free but space is limited so you have to sign up on Apple’s website.

Skills sessions focus new creative techniques to go with Apple products, like making a video with Clips, editing photos, or sketching ideas in Notes.

Walks get customers out of the store with a Creative Pro, allowing you to explore and connect with the community while putting your skills to work.

Meanwhile, Labs are built to help customers experiment with different techniques and complete a project. Some of the labs include Beat Making with Swizz Beatz, Small Screen Magic with Zach King and Drawing Treehouses with Foster + Partners.

Here’s a sampling of some of the new sessions:

today at apple sessions


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