Apple Announces Education Event in Chicago

Alan Olson
March 17, 2018

Apple has invited the media to an education focused event that will take place March 27th in Chicago.

Apple is organizing an event at a Chicago high school.

This education event will be the next Apple event ahead of the Worlwide Developer Conference in San Jose from June 4-8 at the McEnery Convention Center.

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We'll know more on March 27th, and if Apple's leak machine is up to the task we'll get a few hints before then, too. It's highly likely that whatever Apple announces will be focused on education.

In typical Apple fashion, the event's invitation doesn't offer any details about the impending announcements. The invitation has just a stylized Apple logo with a calligraphy or script feel, plus the hand written tag line and an added note stating we'll see "creative new ideas for teachers and students". Last year, for instance, it released Product RED versions of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, along with new Apple Watch bands and a $329 iPad. Apple has also supported education in other ways, such as an announcement in January of their plans to support Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Malala Yousafzai's work in women's advocacy. Could Apple be launching a new version of its Apple Pencil stylus? (Although, it didn't have the Pro's True Tone technology.) This year Apple could release an even cheaper iPad that costs under $300.

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