A while back, Apple axed its Today at Apple in-store sessions due to the (ongoing) coronavirus pandemic. This meant that customers couldn't go into a physical retail shop and learn how to do cool things with their devices, like how to make eye-catching artwork on an iPad, for instance. To help with that, Apple started leaning into online tutorials instead, publishing YouTube videos to show folks how to take full advantage of their device(s) from an artistic perspective.
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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.
Apple wants to make great devices that help creators create things. And, to that end, Apple seems to be on a pretty good streak. Another part of that is to help promote some artists out there in the real world, whether it's photography, illustration, music, or other venues. Today, Apple is showcasing some of those voices.
The ongoing coronavirus pandemic is forcing a lot of changes, especially as the Delta variant spreads. While there was a point where it seemed like things might be going back to "normal," that's not so much the case anymore. It was just yesterday that Apple planned to welcome back in-person "Today at Apple" sessions at its physical retail stores in the United States and Europe, but it turns out that won't be happening after all.
Apple has had to make a lot of changes for its physical storefronts all across the globe due to the coronavirus pandemic. That included axing in-person "Today at Apple" sessions. And while that left the company to launch online options, obviously going back to "normal" would be ideal. The company does love the in-person vibe after all.
Today at Apple has a variety of different offshoots, but they all typically focus on creative endeavors using a range of Apple products. For example, the previous video uploaded as part of the Creative Projects initiative was meant to help iPhone photographers take better shots at night. And now the company is back with another tutorial.
Apple has shared a video in which it goes through some cool tips and tricks for how to shoot and edit “otherworldly photos” using the Night Mode feature on recent iPhones.
Today at Apple, the in-store sessions that have become so popular for the company over the years, is expanding. In an effort to give more opportunities to individuals who participate, the company is tapping local artists and community partners to offer up their time and knowledge. The result is something called Today at Apple Creative Studios.
Since the COVID pandemic outbreak, Apple closed most of its retail locations across the globe to support social distancing and prevent further spreading of the virus.
To continue offering educational opportunities, Apple launched ‘Today at Apple at Home’, which is an educational mini video series. These videos open with a series of colorful transitions, which we offer as a gradient wallpaper pack for our iDownloadBlog Wallpapers of the Week.
The Today at Apple sessions are popular, but unfortunately the company has shut them down (along with its retail stores) all across the globe.
Today at Apple sessions have grown in popularity over the years, but if you're looking to join one in the very near future, you'll be out of luck due to precautionary measures related to the global coronavirus pandemic.
The global coronavirus outbreak has led to many changes, and now Apple is taking yet another precaution in a couple of states.