Back in the day, the only way for kids to get help with homework was with a parent, guardian, or sibling. And while this was well and good for elementary school, middle school and especially high school aged kids had to hope the person helping had the knowledge in all subjects for that assistance.
But now, children of all ages can receive the help they need with their computer or mobile device. There’s nothing wrong with apps that explain concepts to kids in a way for them to not just complete their homework but understand what they’re learning too.
If you have a child in your life that could use a little help with their assignments this school year, this list is for you. These are some of the best iPhone and iPad apps to help kids with homework.
When it’s time for school to start up again, it’s important for students to plan their day and schedule their week. And there’s no handier way to do it than with apps for Apple Watch. With the wearable and right apps on your wrist, you can see which class starts when, what assignments are due, and when free time begins.
Here are some of the best Apple Watch apps for students to plan their schedule.
Apple today refreshed the MacBook Air and Pro with updated hardware while lowering the MacBook Air price to $1,099, with an even lower price of $999 for college students.
Apple's annual Back to School promotion went live earlier today in Japan, where the Cupertino technology giant is treating customers to free gift cards with select Mac and iPad Pro models.
Being a student is tough at any age. You have a lot to keep track of and tons to do. This is when a student planner can come in super handy. Track classes, assignments, exams, schedules, and more, all in one spot.
These are some of the best student planners for iPhone to keep you organized on-the-go.
The sounds you're hearing are school bells being tuned ahead of another year in the classroom. On Thursday, Apple revealed its 2018 Back to School deals. Students can snag a new pair of Beats headphones with certain Mac and iPad purchases, plus receive discounts.
It's that time of year again. Summer is drawing to a close, and kids of all ages are headed back to school (in fact, many are already there). This of course means back to school shopping is now in full swing, so we wanted to put together a list of some of our favorite tech gear that we think will help set you up for success this year.
Apple on Wednesday announced its 2017 Back to School promotion for customers in the United States and Canada. Students, teachers and university staff members will get a free Beats Solo3 wireless headphones when they purchase an eligible Mac with education pricing, including the MacBook, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, iMac and Mac Pro models.
If you opt for a 10.5-inch or 12.9-inch iPad Pro, Apple will treat you to a free BeatsX wireless earphones or you can pay $50 extra to get a Powerbeats3 in-ear headphones or $150 extra for the Solo3 on-ear wireless headphones.
The Solo3 headphones are a great choice because they contain Apple's W1 chip for more reliable connections, better sound quality and longer battery life compared to Solo2.
The 2017 Back to School deals area available to students enrolled in college, parents, teachers and faculty members. Verification is required at checkout.
Apple also recommends Back to School accessories such as AirPods, Apple TV and more.
Plus, students can take advantage of existing Apple Music deal with a monthly subscription available to eligible students half price at just five bucks per month, or sixty bucks per year.
The Back to School promotion for customers in Australia, New Zealand and Japan went live back in January. It offered an Apple Store credit in exchange for a qualified iMac, Mac Pro, MacBook/Air/Pro or iPad Pro purchase made from February 7 to March 16.
Apple today kicked off its annual Back to School promotion across Australia, New Zealand and Japan. Advertised under the “Back to Uni” tagline, these deals offer students, teachers and university staff members an Apple Store credit in exchange for a qualified iMac, Mac Pro, MacBook/Air/Pro or iPad Pro purchase made from February 7 to March 16.
The promotion is combinable with educational pricing discounts on Macs, iPads and AppleCare products. Built-to-order Mac models qualify for these deals as well, but refurbished devices and lower-cost computers like Mac mini do not.
Having launched in Australia and New Zealand in January, Apple announced that its annual Back to School promotion is live starting today through September 5, 2016 at Apple retail and campus stores in the United States, Puerto Rico and Canada.
The promotion gives qualifying students, parents of students and educators who buy an eligible Mac with education pricing a free pair of Beats Solo2 Wireless headphones, or Powerbeats2 Wireless for eligible iPhone or iPad purchases.
Apple’s annual Back to School promotion is back with a new deal launching today in Australia and New Zealand. University students, students accepted to a university and parents buying for a university student are being tempted with a free Beats Solo2 on-ear headphones, a $199.95 value, with an eligible Mac purchase.
When purchasing a new MacBook, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, iMac or iMac with Retina 5K display, customers shall receive an instant credit for the purchase of a pair of Beats Solo2 wired headphones in Gloss Black, Gloss White, Gloss Red or Gloss Blue or wired Beats Solo2 headphones in Space Gray, Silver, Gold or Rose Gold.
Back on July 23rd, Apple began its annual back to school promotion. The promotion went like this: buy a Mac, and get a pair of Beats Solo2 Headphones on the house.
Up until now, the only place to take advantage of this promotion was at US Apple retail stores and participating Apple Authorized Campus Stores. From now until the end of the promotion, however, customers can take advantage of the savings via Apple's just redesigned online store.