Apple is resuming Today at Apple sessions at its brick-and-mortar stores across the United States beginning March 7, just in time for Women’s History Month.
- In-person Today at Apple sessions are officially resuming across Apple’s stores in the US for the first time since the start of the pandemic.
- It was recently reported that the Cupertino company could also soon drop mask mandates for employees as it shifts to more Covid testing for vaccinated staff
- Apple also announced a new in-store program featuring Lady Gaga to celebrate Women’s History Month. Customers will be able to create remixes in GarageBand using music from Lady GaGa.
In-person Today at Apple sessions finally returning!
This new hands-on session, running thirty minutes long, will teach you to remix Lady Gaga’s song “Free Woman” by experimenting with GarageBand features such as Live Loops, Remix FX and more. Previous remix sessions have featured artists such as Alicia Keys, Billie Eilish, Khalid, Madonna, Pu Shu and Taylor Swift.
“We’ve missed experiencing this connection in our stores, and we’re so happy that Today at Apple is back in person,” Deirdre O’Brien, Senior Vice President of Retail + People was quoted as saying in a press release published on the Apple Newsroom. The Today at Apple initiative kicked off in 2017, offering free educational sessions on topics ranging from photo and video to music, coding, art and more.
In addition to in-person Today at Apple sessions returning to Apple’s retail locations in the US beginning March 7, Apple could also be looking to drop mask mandates for employees as it shifts to more Covid testing for vaccinated staff.