Apple Now Offers Summer Coding Camps in Its Stores

HIGH TECH SUMMER: Apple has added coding to the list of subjects taught in its annual Apple Camp sessions, which typically focus on learning how to use Apple products. TechCrunch reports. The three-day sessions, geared toward ages 8 to 12 and held in Apple's retail stores, will introduce students to coding through Tynker's block-based interface and Sphero's programmable robot. Registration is open, the camp is free and classes will be capped at around a dozen attendees, according to TechCrunch. Apple will offer one session per week in July.

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