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  • New Report Confirms Apple Will Be Discontinuing 'One to One' Tutoring Program

    Just a few days ago, we reported that Apple might be ending their long time running $99 ‘One to One’ tutoring program for iPhones, Macs, and iPads, which is offered in retail stores. It was noted that the program could be ending sometime soon, but there was no real announcement from the company themselves. We’ve learned recently however, that it has been confirmed the Cupertino-based company has held multiple meetings with employees about phasing out the service.

    The ‘One to One’ tutoring program is a membership-based service where customers can get help from store employees on their devices. It was noted that members will be notified about the changes sometime soon. Apparently, the reason behind this program retirement is so that employees can focus their time on more Mac, iPad. and iPhone free workshops. Those with a membership will be able to use the service until it expires, but no one new will be able to join.

    According to sources, all open training and group training will stop immediately, but personal training will still be available until membership expiration. Will you be affected with Apple’s plans to do this? Share your thoughts with us in the section below.

    Source: MacRumors
    This article was originally published in forum thread: New Report Confirms Apple Will Be Discontinuing 'One to One' Tutoring Program started by Akshay Masand View original post