As promised back in April, Apple on Tuesday began offering “Today at Apple” educational classes at all of its stores around the globe. Customers can sign up for one of the more than 4,000 sessions being offered each day via the “Today at Apple” website.
The “Today at Apple” program, which has been in place at Apple’s Union Square location since the store opened, offers a range of classes on topics like coding, art, music, design, and photography. There are classes designed for both beginners and more experienced users, as well as classes for all ages, including children.
While most sessions will be led by Apple’s own “Creative Pro” employees, in select cities the program will also offer classes taught by well-known photographers, musicians, and artists. While session content will vary across the Apple retail locations, all 495 locations expect to offer “Photo Walks” and “Kids Hour” sessions by May 20.
Classes will focus on subjects benefiting all Apple computer and device users, no matter their skill and experience level. The spectrum will run from basic Mac and iOS skills, up to more advanced topics, such as drawing on an iPad or mixing music on a Mac. “Studio Hours” will allow customers to bring in personal projects and receive assistance with them from Apple Store staff.
While most session will last an hour, Studio Hours will be an hour and a half in length.