Apple is bringing educational “Today at Apple” courses to YouTube, the company announced Wednesday. The first section shows you how to draw yourself a Peanuts mark in Pages.
There are two people in the session who are working on the Apple TV Plus presentation Snoopy show – showrunner Mark Evestaff and screenwriter Krista Porter – and hosted by an Apple Store employee named Anthony. I’ve watched the nearly 10-minute episode, and it’s a pretty easy guide to follow for yourself to change Peanuts cartoon. Not surprisingly, it’s full of Apple technologies; Anthony and Porter use the iPad with Apple Pencils, and they collaborate on the same Pages document.
Apple first announced the “Today at Apple” program in 2017 as its community-centric feature bigger retail makeover. But the company has had to change some sessions online due to a pandemic that forced Apple to close many of its U.S. retail stores. Although all 270 U.S. stores reopened in March for the first time since the start of the pandemic, this new YouTube series shows that Apple is still working to build ways to educate its customers without having to enter the physical trade.
The first episode of the series is now available.
Update July 14 at 9.15 ET: First episode added.