Apple officially announced its upcoming “She Creates” program on Monday in some Apple Stores, according tomedia outlet Macrumors. Through the program, Apple will hold more than 5,000 Today At Apple courses, focusing on encouraging female creators to use photography, design, technology, business and film to “solve difficult topics, explore new ideas and empower their communities.” “
Deirdre O’Brien, Apple’s senior vice president of retail and personnel, said, “Celebrating women’s work, spirit and contribution is critical to Apple. We are delighted to celebrate International Women’s Day through the ‘She Create’ project series and bring these experiences into our stores so that everyone can be inspired by the world’s most passionate and innovative creators. “
International Women’s Day will come this Sunday to celebrate women’s social, economic, cultural and political achievements. Apple celebrates International Women’s Day every year. Starting Monday, there are two new “Today at Apple” courses inspired by women, including a music lab featuring Alicia Keys’s music, and an art lab called “Playful Portraits” inspired by New York. three female artists from Tokyo and Warsaw. Apple plans to hold other special “Now at Apple” courses in select stores around the world in March.
In addition to the “She Create” course at Apple’s retail stores, Apple said it would focus on apps and games created by female developers, designers and entrepreneurs through the Daily Apps and Daily Games features in March.
In the Apple TV app, there will be a new International Women’s Day series that highlights women “who are changing the narrative by telling stories from the film and television world.” This includes sections such as Bold New Voices, Women Directing Women, LegacY Icons, and Recent Watershed Moments.
Apple plans to release a podcast collection of “Changing The Narrative” on March 8 thin the Apple Podcast, which features podcasts celebrating women’s podcasts, programs and stories. In addition, Apple will let women recommend their favorite books.
Finally, Apple Watch owners around the world can receive the International Women’s Day “Apple Watch” award and stickers by completing a walk, run, or wheelchair workout for 20 minutes or more.