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Apple’s upcoming event in Chicago school to focus on education

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Apple has sent out media invites for an event on March 27 that will focus on education and “creative new ideas for teachers and students.”

Keeping in line with the theme, Apple’s event is going to take place at a high school in Chicago instead of the company’s newly opened Apple Park campus in Cupertino.

Here are the details.

Reading between the lines

The invite simply features a stylized Apple logo with the phrase ‘Let’s take a field trip’ written under it.

It is speculated that the company could be hinting at something related to the Apple Pencil since the logo seems hand-drawn and cursive.

Notably, Chicago’s Board of Education recently added computer science as a graduation requirement for all public schools in the city.

Apple has sent out media invites for an event on March 27 that will focus on education and “creative new ideas for teachers and students.”

Keeping in line with the theme, Apple’s event is going to take place at a high school in Chicago instead of the company’s newly opened Apple Park campus in Cupertino.

Here are the details.

In context: Apple to hold education-themed event on March 27.

Reading between the lines

The invite simply features a stylized Apple logo with the phrase ‘Let’s take a field trip’ written under it.

It is speculated that the company could be hinting at something related to the Apple Pencil since the logo seems hand-drawn and cursive.

Notably, Chicago’s Board of Education recently added computer science as a graduation requirement for all public schools in the city.

Apple can introduce a cheaper MacBook Air

According to reputed Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the company is also finally planning to release a cheaper and a more updated model of the MacBook Air for students.

It currently sells as an entry-level laptop for $999, and according to reports, the successor might fall somewhere in the $800 range and will feature a 13.3-inch screen with a 2560 x 1600 resolution Retina Display.

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