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Today at Apple sessions mark Black History Month throughout February

[2020-01-24 20:51:05]

Apple will be marking Black History Month via its stores in the United States, with a number of Today at Apple sessions scheduled to take place throughout February to celebrate culture, by showing how people can use an iPhone or iPad to create new works.

Today at Apple sessions mark Black History Month throughout February


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