Ever wanted to make a hit song or edit your photos like a pro? Two additions to "Today at Apple" bring those skills to pretty much anyone with time on their hands.
Learning how to play an instrument and sharing in a love of music has never been easier with online videos, and Fender this week is planning to help folks learn to play the little guitar known as the uke.
Kids and adults learning to code using the iPad-specific and yet also free app "Swift Playgrounds" can do more than make little games, as Apple connects gadgets, too.
If you've been looking for a reason to start learning to code or indulge in a bit of application education, you might want to try your local Apple Store.
The next time you wander by your local Apple Store, you might be drawn in by something other than a brightly-lit product and free internet.
Kids are already learning a bit of programming in school, but an initiative from Xbox will give a few kids some gaming dev skills in April free.
One of Australia's VR schools may have found a way to get anyone interested in VR, with country's first tournament in virtual art creation.