Although Apple Camp has existed for some years now, it has recently launched a course targeting children between the ages of eight and 12. Taking place in Apple retail stores, it is meant to encourage a new generation of tech savvy individuals while also familiarizing them with Mac products. Essentially, through Apple Camp, youth will be exposed to coding at an earlier age.
What makes Apple Camp stand out from other similar programs is the fact that it's not a true camp. Instead of leaving their children in the store for the day, parents are also given their own course of sorts. They are walked through what their kids are learning while also trained on other family-focused features of Apple products such as how to set up restrictions or manage multiple devices in the household.
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