According to the “Apple Today” initiative, Apple will host a series of free virtual conferences in India. Nearly a month after the online Apple Store in India opened, the tech giant will commemorate the occasion by offering free virtual seminars related to photography, music, art and other creative fields. The seminar started on October 17th and will continue until November 29th. Today, Apple launched Apple in 2017 with a retail focus, but this is the first time it has expanded to India.
Under normal circumstances, consumers will visit Apple’s retail stores at Apple conferences to participate in “Today” events, but due to the coronavirus pandemic, this year’s seminars are held on a global scale. Starting in 2017, Apple’s Today event will discuss basic knowledge, how to learn, and professional-level courses with experts, covering topics such as art, coding, design, music, photography, etc. The seminars held in India will start with meetings of local photographers and well-known musicians, and introduce the techniques and techniques of Apple Creatives.
The photography studio in the next few weeks will talk to Siddhartha Joshi, Avani Rai, Anurag Banerjee, Prrthna Singh and Hashmi Badani. So far, the music course includes a beginner course in Garage Band. The full schedule can be found here. Music skills courses will also include courses by Lisa Mishra, DIVINE, Aditi Ramesh, Raja Kumari and Prateek Kuhad.
On October 22, the first meeting of the “Apple Today” series in India was the “Photo Lab: Faces and Locations” with Mumbai photographer Siddhartha Joshi. He will show his portraits taken in India and provide professional photography skills.
You can go to Apple India and register for these courses. To join a Webex session, you need a mobile/laptop/tablet/computer, as well as a stable Internet connection and the free Cisco Webex Meetings application. If you are under the age of 18, according to Apple’s regulations, your parent or guardian can register for you. Recall that the Apple Store opened in India in late September, and it was for this reason that the company announced plans to introduce Apple’s Today to India.
“We are creating a modern city square where everyone can welcome each other in a place where Apple’s best people gather, discover new passions, or take their skills to a new level. “Angela Ahrendts, Apple’s senior vice president of retail, said at the 2017 Apple today’s conference.
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