As summer vacations kick off, Apple announced today that registration for Apple Camp 2023, a summer camp for kids offered in Apple’s retail locations, had opened. Sessions will be held weekly from June 10 through August 5 at Apple Store locations all over the world as part of the well-liked free programme for kids and families. Apple Camp is designed to engage kids ages 8 to 12 alongside their parents or guardians. Participants will get the chance to learn from Apple professionals as well as one another during the in-store events.
From June 10 through August 5, Apple Camp 2023 will be held every week at Apple Store locations worldwide, including Apple BKC (Mumbai) and Apple Saket (Delhi). It will be hosted specially for children and families for Apple Camp — an annual program launched more than two decades ago to inspire and celebrate kids’ creativity. Registering is now open at apple.co/apple-camp for parents and guardians.
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There will be 90-minute sessions, which are designed for kids between the ages of 8 and 12, as well as their parents or guardians, and will be held by Apple Creative Pros. Participants will have access to devices, along with other in-store programming, and will have the chance to engage with Apple professionals on creative thinking, design skills, collaboration and presentation.
The company says these free sessions at the Apple Camp 2023, titled “Design Your Dream Invention on iPad,” will run weekly from June 10 through August 5. It will give participants the chance to create innovations that have an impact on their communities on GIFs that resemble trading cards using Apple Pencil, Keynote, and Freeform on iPad. Registrations begin today and you can sign up here.
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