Apple Launches Limited In-Person Apple Camp Sessions for Kids

Apple today began accepting registrations for Apple Camp, a summer program for children that's held in Apple retail locations. Apple is hosting limited sessions in Apple Stores this year, a departure from last year when Apple Camp transitioned to an in-home experience.

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Apple Camp is open to children aged 8 to 12, but sessions are highly limited and generally only available in major cities like San Francisco, Los Angeles, and New York.

Right now, Apple is offering one session on the Clips app on iPad, which the company says will allow children to "make movie magic" with short videos. Signups are available on the Apple Camp section of the Today at Apple website.

Children who are not in an area where an Apple Camp session is being held can access a new at-home activity guide that's available to download. It offers a full calendar of activities like making a photo album of textures, creating a storybook starring toys, making a tourist map, making songs in GarageBand, and more.

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AngerDanger Avatar
37 months ago
That little hand-nose is oddly terrifying.



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giv-as-a-ciggy-kent Avatar
37 months ago
This artwork is truly terrifying. Utterly horrific. Man’s contempt of dignity and utter debasement distilled into a single image.

We should feel shame but that ability was brutalized out of us years ago. This is what we now deserve. This is the future we chose. This what we get for allowing degenerates to dictate culture.

Woe, woe to us.
Score: 9 Votes (Like | Disagree)
InGen Avatar
37 months ago

Even if you're joking, I really do hate that style of art that it seems many companies are using nowadays. It's creepy and soulless. I don't understand the focus on deformed monster-humans versus just using some kind of relatable gender neutral portrayal instead.
The artwork style is typically referred to online as Globohomo Art (Global Homogenization). The reason the artwork is so polarising and distasteful is because it is indeed political in nature, and it’s focus is to blur the lines of gender and form in humans. It’s a mix-n-match of various human features, colours, genders, attributes that are blended enough to still be considered human but also to confuse the viewer into never establishing a baseline ‘normal’ for what a human should look like. It is considered by many to be a form of propaganda.

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genovelle Avatar
37 months ago

That little hand-nose is oddly terrifying.
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Hastings101 Avatar
37 months ago
Even if you're joking, I really do hate that style of art that it seems many companies are using nowadays. It's creepy and soulless. I don't understand the focus on deformed monster-humans versus just using some kind of relatable gender neutral portrayal instead.

This artwork is truly terrifying. Utterly horrific. Man’s contempt of dignity and utter debasement distilled into a single image.

We should feel shame but that ability was brutalized out of us years ago. This is what we now deserve. This is the future we chose. This what we get for allowing degenerates to dictate culture.

Woe, woe to us.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
IllinoisCorn Avatar
37 months ago
This artwork is so creepy.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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