Apple has always had strong ties with education and has actively tried to support coding education. While this Apple education event is probably not a direct response to their PR issues, Apple taking steps to listen to their community and take into account what they want and need is a good first step towards righting wrongs.
The Californian company is believed to have been developing cheaper iPads and MacBooks for some time, making the event a probable showcase for new affordable hardware for schools. What are your thoughts on the education event in Chicago hosted by Apple? In the past, Apple's March events have resulted in some new devices, like the iPhone SE and 9.7-inch iPad Pro, but it's an event not known for revealing ground-breaking product news, especially when it's so close to Apple's big WWDC conference in June.
Apple has been testing iOS 11.3 on users for quite some time now.
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Given the event's education focus, it's also likely that Apple will show off software solutions that help give educators and school IT departments more control over individual tablets, along with a new slate of educational apps, at its 27 March event.
We'll find out sooner than later, as we're less than two weeks away from Apple's "field trip".
The invitation looks as if it was drawn with an Apple Pencil on an iPad, so let's go with that: Apple may be planning to announce new iPad models and maybe an updated Apple Pencil. The Apple iPad devices also feature Swift Playgrounds, which acts as a code education platform.