Apple TV, which was introduced earlier this year as a companion device to its Apple Watch, is now available for schools to use as an adult education computer.
Apple is releasing the Apple Education Mac Pro and the Apple iPad for the educational market with educational apps that have already been downloaded over 30 million times on Apple’s App Store.
Apple has also announced a free educational program for Apple Watch that will give parents access to Apple’s educational apps on the Apple Watch.
The Apple Watch app will allow teachers and students to share and collaborate with each other.
Apple is now offering adult education software for children under 12 and adults.
The Apple iPad is the latest and largest tablet to be sold in the U.S.
Apple’s Apple Education for children and adults is available for $29.99 with free trial.
The iPad, released in January 2018, was available for free for two years.
The new Mac Pro, which launched this summer, has a 13-inch display with a resolution of 1024 x 768.
The 12-inch model costs $1,399.
The iPad is also available with Apple Watch and Apple TV streaming apps.
Apple’s new Apple TV includes an HDMI port for connecting an Apple TV to a monitor or TV.
Apple announced the Apple Learning Platform at the WWDC 2017 event.
Apple Education for Children and Adults will be available on Apple TV and the new iPad on July 11, 2019.
Apple TV will be the first device to be available to purchase with Apple Education, although there are several other educational platforms, including the Amazon Fire TV and Roku 3.