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  • Apple to End $99 'One to One' Tutoring Program

    According to a reliable source’s information to MacRumors, Apple’s $99 ‘One to One’ Mac and iOS tutoring program may soon be coming to an end. It was noted that the reason behind ending this program was so that retail employees can then focus their attention on holding more free workshops. These workshops are important as multiple customers can partake in them simultaneously. Apple’s One to One program has been running for a long time:

    One to One will help you do more than you ever thought possible with your Mac. First, we'll set up your email, transfer your photos, music, and other files, and show you how to keep everything in sync with iCloud. Then, we'll work with you to create a curriculum tailored to your goals, learning style, and experience level.
    The workshops are sessions customers pay extra for upon purchasing a Mac to receive a year’s worth of iPhone, Mac, and iPad instructions from an Apple employee. There are three different sessions to included; a 90-minute group session, 30 or 60 minute Personal training session, and 90-minute group-based Open Training sessions. Apparently the Cupertino-based company will be honoring current memberships until they expire, but won’t be selling anymore new ones going forward.

    If you need help with your devices, you can still sign up for free ones when your One to One membership expires.

    Source: MacRumors
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Apple to End $99 'One to One' Tutoring Program started by Akshay Masand View original post