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.
Apple is going big for this year's International Women's Day, celebrating the day throughout the entire month of March.
Today at Apple sessions are expressive, informative, and can feature plenty of talent to showcase a variety of different skills using Apple's products.
Beginning February 1 and running throughout the month, Apple is going to use its Today at Apple sessions to help folks find creative inspiration.
Apple TV+ series like For All Mankind and See may have started on rocky ground, but they both found their footing. And now Apple is helping boost the artistic drive of illustrators with inspiration from the two dramatic series.
Ahead of the launch of Apple TV+ animated series Snoopy in Space, Apple has launched a new Design Lab as part of its Today at Apple sessions inspired by the show.
The Today at Apple sessions have become immensely popular for Apple over the years. One of the best parts is the company's celebrations of festivals and other noteworthy days, or months, out of the year.
Apple is helping to promote its Today at Apple sessions, which are already wildly popular, by bringing in successful musical artists to spruce things up.
Apple today updated its official Apple Store shopping app for iPhone and iPad with more than 50 new Today at Apple sessions that got introduced back in January, along with a redesigned Sessions tab and an easier way to get a trade-in quote on your smartphone.