Calling all Apple followers: Today, the tech giant has officially updated its Apple TV app ahead of its approaching education event. Now, when you open the app, you'll see the minimal, calligraphy-like black and white design that Apple used for the event's invite, confirming that interested parties will be able to view a recording of it afterward.
For those of you not already in the know, the event will take place Tuesday, March 27, 2018 at Lane Tech College Prep High School in Chicago. It will commence at 10:00 a.m. Central Time and, according to Apple, will focus on "creative new ideas for teachers and students." However, due to its staunch commitment to secrecy, the company isn't revealing much else.
Unlike the Apple TV app, Apple's dedicated events page has yet to be updated, but is expected to change to reflect the impending keynote soon.
If you'd like to know more about our theories regarding the event, give the pieces below a glance and check back for further updates!
- Apple Education Event 2018 Preview: Everything you need to know
- This is how Apple can win education
- Apple rumors: What's coming next!
- iMore show 598: Ok, so there IS going to be an event!
- Apple Pencil 2: Everything you need to know!
- iPad Pro 3 rumors: Release date, specs, and features!
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