Apple Shares 1.5-Hour 'Study With Me' Guided Session

Apple today shared a new "Study With Me" Mac-focused video on its YouTube channel, providing a 1.5-hour guided study session for Apple device users.

Hosted by Storm Reid, Euphoria actress and University of Southern California student, the video uses the Pomodoro technique for three 25-minute study sessions with three five minute breaks.

90-minute Study With Me video featuring Storm Reid that's designed to keep you focused on studying and away from distractions. Storm uses the Pomodoro technique, with three 25-minute study sessions followed by fun 5-minute breaks that you can follow along with or use as inspiration for your own break time. She studies using the MacBook Air 15", chill lo-fi music to stay focused, and some of her favorite relaxation techniques.

The video has a series of lo-fi songs provided by Platoon Beats, which users can listen to while they work. The video is meant to highlight the 15-inch MacBook Air, which is the machine that Storm is using in the video. Apple promotes the M2 chip, multitasking capabilities, and 18-hour battery life.

Top Rated Comments

fel10 Avatar
8 weeks ago
I must be getting old cause the whole time im thinking, "Why?".
Score: 19 Votes (Like | Disagree)
hyena.ftw Avatar
8 weeks ago

I must be getting old cause the whole time im thinking, "Why?".
It's a smart advert with a potential of positively impacting someone somewhere. Who knows, maybe there's a person waiting for some new inspiration ideas on how to motivate themselves to learn a new topic, whatever it may be. I'll personally try it out as I completely forgot about the pomodoro technique and lo-fi music genre has its hidden gems too. So, yeah...
Score: 10 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Cameront9 Avatar
8 weeks ago

I must be getting old cause the whole time im thinking, "Why?".
It's a fairly popular Youtube genre.
Score: 9 Votes (Like | Disagree)
klasma Avatar
8 weeks ago

Apple wants us to watch a 1 hour and 32 minute video of her studying and working on her MBA? ?
No, this is for when you want to study, but don’t want (or have enough motivation) to study alone. Another person studying alongside you keeps you on track (and makes you want to buy a 15” MacBook Air, Apple is hoping).
Score: 9 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Kaulini Avatar
8 weeks ago

they just cashing in on the background lofi music genre
Score: 8 Votes (Like | Disagree)
citysnaps Avatar
8 weeks ago
Expected comments. :(
Score: 8 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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