Apple CEO Tim Cook tweeted Wednesday praising “the generations of women who are pushing us forward” to celebrate International Women’s Day, according tomedia outlet Apple Insider. Cook’s tweet included a 40-second video featuring Beyonce’s “The Mac” as a BGM and a series of photos of women using MacBooks. Some of the female celebrities featured in the video include singer Lady Gaga, Black Mamba, a women’s anti-poaching unit in South Africa, and Malala Yousafzai, a Pakistani activist.
International Women’s Day will come on March 8, and Apple has arranged some new “Today at Apple” courses to inspire women’s creativity. The new course starts March 1 at selected Apple retail stores and runs until March 31.
Some of these courses will be designed to teach novice Mac users to learn the basic spouts on Mac, while others – such as the new Music and Art Lab – will try to stimulate women’s creativity.