Apple today has launched a new program that temporary replaces ‘Today at Apple’ sessions that are hosted in Apple retail stores which are currently closed due to COVID-19.
This new program is called “Today at Apple (At Home)” and features creative projects created by Creative Pros and Apple retail employees from Apple Stores across the world. The sessions are presented as short videos and feature drawing playful portraits with iPad, capturing striking photography with iPhone, and shooting photos with personality with iPhone, and Apple is likely to add more of these “Today at Apple (At Home” videos in the future.
Apple is likely to keep this temporary program going until Apple retail stores reopen. There is no word yet on when Apple will exactly open back its retail stores. But according to an internal memo obtained by 9to5Mac, Apple is trying to open its retail stores by “Early May 2020”.