Report: Apple ending One to One tutoring program | iLounge News

Report: Apple ending One to One tutoring program

Apple may be discontinuing its One to One tutoring program for iOS and Mac users, MacRumors reports. An unnamed source claims Apple is stopping the program to place more emphasis on free workshops that allow one employee to teach multiple people at once. Apple is also reportedly in the process of revamping its website to make registering for free workshops easier and more accessible to those with disabilities. The One to One program currently charges users $99 for one year of instruction on how to use their Mac, iPhone or iPad, providing users with individual or group training sessions on basic usage, Apple services and specific apps like Photos, Mail and Final Cut Pro. Apple plans to honor existing One to One memberships until they expire, but will no longer be offering new memberships.


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