For the entire month of October Apple stores will host The Big Draw Festival to encourage people to have fun with art.
Charlotte Henry and Bryan Chaffin join host Kelly Guimont to discuss Tim Cook’s diplomacy, Taylor Swift’s remix session, and Apple Card care.
Apple stores have Music Labs that let customers remix songs of popular musicians. Taylor Swift is the third musician to have a session.
Apple launched a collection of augmented reality art walking tours in six major cities in partnership with the New Museum in New York.
Madonna is teaming up with Apple for a special Today at Apple Music Lab. People who sign up with work on remixing her song Crave.
Christopher Anderson, a photographer who has appeared in National Geographic, Newsweek, and New York Magazine, will host a Today at Apple Photo Lab.
The Apple Store on Michigan Avenue in Chicago, Illinois will host a new Today at Apple session this month aimed at getting people podcasting.
Charlotte Henry joins host Kelly Guimont to discuss Apple’s International Women’s Day events as well as macOS and iOS tools for creation.
Apple announced over 50 new Today at Apple sessions today, with three new formats: Skills, Walks, and Labs.
The renovation of Apple Store Covent Garden in London means it is now one of the firm’s premier retail locations.
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.
Apple is hosting Today at Apple sessions throughout October with professional illustrators to highlight The Big Draw. The international event runs through October 31st to get more people interested in all forms of drawing. Apple’s sessions are happening at its flagship stores in Chicago, London, Milan, New York City, and Singapore. You can sign up for the free classes at Apple’s website.
Starting in January, Apple will start surveying people who participate in Today at Apple events. These are free events in Apple retail stores where people can learn about something from an expert.
Apple Camp, which is Apple’s annual summer creative learning series for kids, is open for registration.
Apple wants its stores to be the place you hang out at with your friends, and part of the push to make that happen includes a new program called “Today at Apple.” The program includes free seminars to teach creative skills using Apple products taught by employees, and where available, industry experts.