'Today at Apple' classes launch on Wednesday with Peanuts-themed session

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in General Discussion edited July 14
You can draw yourself as a "Peanuts" character in Apple's first "Today at Apple" session on YouTube, premiering Wednesday.

Draw yourself as a 'Peanuts' character
Draw yourself as a 'Peanuts' character


The "Today at Apple" sessions were a new initiative to draw people into Apple Stores for lessons on how to get the most out of their Apple products. The sessions were shifted online as a part of the pandemic response and have slowly resumed in-store with online sessions still going.

According to The Verge, Apple is bringing its "Today at Apple" initiative to YouTube starting Wednesday. The first session offered will be a short lesson on how to draw yourself as a "Peanuts" character.

The 10-minute video is hosted by an Apple Store employee named Anthony and features two people who work on the Apple TV+ show "The Snoopy Show" -- showrunner Mark Evestaff and storyboard artist Krista Porter.

The lesson is taught via an iPad and Apple Pencil. The guests collaborate via a Pages document as they teach the session.





Apple has premiered the first episode of the "Today at Apple" series via YouTube.

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