Apple to host education-themed event at Lane Tech

Apple to host education-themed event at Lane Tech

Apple to host education-themed event at Lane Tech

The company is sending out invites and uses the tagline Let's take a field trip.' According to the company, the event is oriented towards "creative new ideas for teachers and students".

On March 27, Apple will be hosting an event in Chicago, as media invitations revealed earlier today.

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Apple has found themselves in a bit of hot water recently due to the admittance that they were, indeed, slowing down older phones.

As for what we might see at the event, you can certainly expect software, such as improvements to Apple's Classroom app. A new iPad with Face ID may even be introduced. It's possible that Apple could update the line at this event.

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As far as what else we know about the Apple education event at this point, it's likely that it has to do with increased support of Apple products for educational purposes.

Apple has hosted hardware events during springtime before, and there are a number of rumored devices that could come out of this event. Apple hasn't really talked about it, but it seems like this is the time and place. 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. The new Apple "Everybody Can Code" program recently expanded to 70 different colleges and universities in Europe. Simply called iPad, it had a dumbed-down processor and camera than the previous iPad Air 2, but it had virtually the same 9.7-inch Retina display as the newer iPad Pro.

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