Today at Apple Update: 60 New Sessions and Labs

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At the Apple event today, a major non-hardware announcement involved a Today at Apple update. Head of Apple retail Angela Ahrendts took to the stage with the details.

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Today at Apple Update

Today at Apple sessions are hosted by special store employees called Creative Pros, with some kind of educational background in a skill like photography, programming, art, and music. Some of the new sessions will be:

  • Video Lab – Small Screen Magic Co-created with Zach King
  • Photo Lab for Kids – Fun Family Portraits
  • Design Lab – Drawing Treehouses Co-created with Foster + Partners
  • Video Lab – Color and Mood with Final Cut Pro
  • Music Lab – Advanced Beat Making with Logic Pro
  • Photo Lab for Teachers– Creating Photo Essays
  • Coding Skills – Sensor Arcade Challenge
  • Art Skills – Sketching Ideas in Notes
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  • App Lab for Teachers – App Design & Prototyping
  • Video Walk – Capturing Cinematic Shots
  • Video Walk– Manipulating Time
  • Art Skills – Getting Started with Procreate
  • Photo Walk – Taking Portraits on Location
  • Music Lab – Advanced Beat Making with Logic Pro
  • Art Lab for Kids – Make Your Own Emoji
  • Music Lab for Kids – Making a Theme Song
  • Art Skills – Perspective with Morpholio Trace
  • Health & Fitness Walk – Staying Motivated Co-Created with Jeanette Jenkins
  • Video Lab for Teachers – Class Projects with Clips
  • Music Lab – Beat Making Co-created with Swizz Beatz
  • Music Walk – Creating Soundscapes with GarageBand
  • Photo Skills – Lenses, Tripods, & More for iPhone
  • Music Lab for Teachers – Telling Stories with GarageBand

The Apple Store app will also get a new section around Today at Apple, and it will start to suggest sessions for you based on the products you buy.

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Horrendously boring unneeded presentation. Steve Jobs would have shot people for such a Gil A.-like disaster fest. Angela was terrible and the materials were awful.