Apple officially brings back in-person Today at Apple sessions across US Stores

Apple said that they are officially bringing back their popular ‘Today at Apple’ sessions at retail stores in the United States.

This latest development comes after in-person Today at Apple sessions were temporarily put on hold for two years because of the coronavirus pandemic.

On Thursday March 3, the tech giant announced the comeback of in-person Today at Apple sessions in a Newsroom post, just in time to celebrate Women’s History Month. Music creators and fans are invited to visit their local Apple Store to explore their music creation app GarageBand, remixing music from award-winning pop star Lady Gaga.

Apple’s senior vice president of Retail + People Deirdre O’Brien said, “We can’t wait to welcome more of our communities back to our stores to experience Today at Apple, led by our incredible Apple Creatives. We’ve missed experiencing this connection in our stores, and we’re so happy that Today at Apple is back in person.”

During the in-person session, people will be able to remix Lady Gaga’s song “Free Woman” by experimenting with Remix FX, Live Loops and more. When the free 30-minute session ends, participants can share and celebrate their uniquely created mixes. Participants can register at apple.co/remix-lady-gaga.

Today at Apple Remix sessions feature the best and brightest artists of today, and educate fans on how to deconstruct hit songs and then create their own unique versions with the help of GarageBand.

Today at Apple first launched in 2017 in Apple Store locations all over the globe, offering free educational sessions on various topics including photo, video, music, art, coding and more. These highly popular and enriching sessions are created to encourage everyone to go further with their creativity using the products they love, and to discover new ways to make their passions come to life. As a response to the pandemic, Apple Store locations paused in-person sessions and launched on-demand YouTube videos and virtual sessions hosted by Apple Creative pros that consumers can participate in wherever they are.

The in-person Today at Apple sessions will officially resume once again, starting on Monday, March 7 at Apple Stores in the United States.

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