Apple held its first event of 2018 on Tuesday in Chicago, Illinois, at the Lane Tech College Prep High School. The event’s unusual location was due to the fact that it focused on education, marking Apple’s first education-oriented event since 2012.
The main draw of the event was a new low-cost iPad with Apple Pencil support, but Apple also announced several other education-focused initiatives for teachers and students.
Apple didn’t live stream the event, but after it was finished, the company shared a full video, so if you want to watch it from start to finish, you can do so on Apple’s Events website or through the Events app on the Apple TV.
There were also a few other unannounced surprises that popped up on Apple’s site after the event, like new iPhone and iPad cases, new Apple Watch bands, and a Space Gray Magic Keyboard, Trackpad, and Mouse, which were previously exclusive to the iMac Pro.
- Apple Launches New 9.7-Inch iPad With Apple Pencil Support, $299 for Schools and $329 for Consumers
- Logitech Announces $49 Crayon Stylus and $99 Rugged Combo 2 Case for 9.7-Inch iPad
- New Logitech Crayon is Compatible Only With Sixth-Generation iPad
- Apple Now Selling Standalone Space Gray Magic Keyboard, Magic Mouse 2, and Magic Trackpad 2
- New 9.7-Inch iPad Hands-On: ‘Very Familiar’ Update Benefits From Apple Pencil Support and A10 Fusion Chip
- Apple Debuts New iPhone and iPad Cases, Launches New Apple Watch Bands
- AppleCare+ Price Reduced to $69 for 9.7-Inch iPad and iPad Mini Models
- Apple Updating iWork for iOS: Pages, Numbers and Keynote Get Book Creation and Apple Pencil Support on 9.7-Inch iPad
- Apple Announces ‘Classroom’ Coming to Mac, Reveals New ‘Schoolwork’ App for Educators
- Apple Increases Free iCloud Storage for Students to 200GB
- Apple Announces Free ‘Everyone Can Create’ Curriculum for Teachers
- Apple Updates Clips and GarageBand on iOS With New Educational Features
- iWork Apps for Mac and iOS Updated With New Features, Apple Pencil Support on iPad
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