Apple last month finally opened an online store in India. Apple now has a fantastic opportunity to expand its product lineup in the nation. After releasing the iPhone 12 and HomePod mini, the business has now chosen to launch its Today at Apple programme in India in order to appeal to creatives.
Today at Apple
The COVID-19 epidemic has forced the business to conduct the sessions online even though Today at Apple is an offline in-store effort. Additionally, Apple is allowing people in India the opportunity to join these online sessions despite the fact that it currently lacks actual outlets in the nation.
The main page for the Illuminating Creativity Series invites you to participate in a series of free online sessions from Today at Apple from October 17 to November 29 as we commemorate the opening of the Apple Store online in India. This project is being launched by the corporation with free photography and music classes.
The photography workshops will concentrate on fundamentals, portraiture, and other topics. In India, Siddhartha Joshi, Avani Rai, and Prarthna Singh will be in charge of them. The music sessions will cover GarageBand-based song production and the creative process. DIVINE, Prateek Kuhad, and more well-known homegrown musicians will walk you through their creative process. The complete schedule is available right here.
For those who don’t know, the Today at Apple programme debuted in 2016. The business hosts in-store group discussions on a variety of subjects, including coding, music, and design. Apple Creative Pros, which are employees with extensive understanding of the company’s technology and products, as well as other well-known figures, lead these sessions.
A number of Apple’s devices, such as the AirPods, iPad, and Apple Pencil, can now be customised with an emoji or personalised text. The Cupertino company will let purchasers of the iPad and Apple Pencil have two lines of English text engraved (on the back).
Customers who purchase AirPods or AirPods Pro, on the other hand, have more creative freedom. Not only can you have emojis etched on the front, but you can also have unique writing in eight other languages. English, Hindi, Gujarati, Marathi, Telugu, Bengali, Tamil, and Kannada are included in this.
As I already explained, you can choose a product engraving while adding it to your cart for free. The listing for qualifying products will include a Free Engraving or Personalize it for Free option.
In addition, Apple is offering a promotional Diwali deal to those wishing to purchase a new iPhone. The iPhone 11 currently starts at Rs. 54,900 in India, but you can get a free pair of AirPods (worth Rs. 14,900) with purchase. Additionally, the AirPods can now be engraved for free.