That Apple stores in most parts of the world are closed and customers cannot attend Today at Apple sessions? Well, no problem: if people are able to work from home, the creatives at the Apple stores can too. The company has launched a website where we can attend short sessions of Today at Apple , recorded by those same employees.
The website, which is only in English at the moment, shows three initial sessions (more will probably be added as the days go by). Harriet from London teaches us how to draw over our photographs, while Cameron from Singapore and Adrian from Santa Monica teach us how to improve our photographs taken with the iPhone.
They are videos that are only five minutes long , so you can use any dead time you have during confinement to learn these tricks. The videos can also serve as a point of interest, drawing the attention of those who were planning to go to the sessions in the future to finish convincing them.
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Maybe in the future we will see videos recorded by employees of the Spanish and Mexican Apple stores, giving lessons in Spanish? Considering that everything is done from the employees’ homes, it’s not a crazy idea. It’s a question of being attentive to see if the Spanish Apple website has this same section.