Apple Announces “Today at Apple (at Home)” Creative Courses
In a new effort to continue to inspire the world’s creatives, Apple is bringing “Today at Apple” into your home.
Apple Stores began hosting “Today at Apple” gatherings in 2017 with creative professionals showing users how to get the most of their iPhones, iPads and Macs.
But mass gatherings are out as part of a global strategy to contain the spread of the virus. Even before the stores closed, Apple was canceling “Today at Apple” sessions as health officials began warning the world about the severity of the outbreak.
Now, the Cupertino company has released a new collection of videos called “Today at Apple (at Home)” that it hopes to help people stay creative while staying home and staying safe. The videos feature Creative Pros from local Apple stores around the world as they teach you how to draw with iPad or capture stunning photography with iPhone.
Courses range between three to five minutes, so they’re quite digestible.
The first session is how to draw playful portraits on the iPad, taught by Harriet, who works at the London Regent Street store, while Cameron from Singapore’s Orchard Road store will lead you through a quick 3½-minute course on architecture photography and Adrian from Santa Monica’s Third Street Promenade store will show you how to up your portrait mode game.
You can check out all of the videos to stay inspired and creative at the Today at Apple website.