By holding an event in order to have an open discussion with the education community and receive feedback that they can further integrate into their products, Apple may be able to hone in on this profitable market more effectively.
Over the next year, Apple plans to offer more than 6,000 sessions across Europe as part of its Today at Apple programme, unveiled at its September event.
Third militant killed in Hakoora gunfight was from Telangana
The man, identified as 26-year-old Taufeeq, was among three killed in an encounter with security forces on Monday night. According to reports, this could be the first time that a militant outside the state died to fight in Kashmir.
The world seems to love a big Apple event, so mark your cards for March 27, which is when the next one is happening.
This morning Apple revealed that it'll be hosting an event March 27 in Chicago. New iPads have been rumored for later this year as well, but it's unlikely that an education-focused iPad would include the new and expensive FaceID camera. Since the event is at a tech-focused high school, Apple could also announce a new education initiative. Back in 2016, Apple released a new iPad Pro in the month of March that featured Apple Pencil support - a development that greatly increased the educational and creative potential of their popular tablet devices. (Currently, only iPad Pro models are compatible with the Smart Keyboard and Apple Pencil.) Other rumors put forth the idea that Apple will finally replace the aging MacBook Air, which is still popular among students due to its $999 price.