Our very own Andrew O'hara is at the event right now
Everyone is filing into the auditorium now!
Phil Schiller is hanging out up by the stage talking to people pre-event
I'm Yours by Jason Mraz playing on the sound system
Looks like lots of students will also be in attendance today
Apple staff is starting some cheers in the student section. Trying to get everyone pumped up!
10 minutes to go time everyone!
"Ladies and gentlemen, the presentation will begin shortly"
Video is narrated by children talking about creativity and imagination.
How one small thing, one person, can change the world.
"We've always believed people with passion can change the world" -Tim Cook
Talking about that being on display by the march in Washington and how students are bringing about change
"Thrilled to be here at Lane Tech"
More PHDs come out of Lane Tech than any other high school in the country.
"Education has been key to Apple for 40 years"
Touting Everyone Can Code using swift playgrounds.
Kathleen Richardson who works on ConnectedEd for Apple is on stage
She is giving some details on Apple's education program, including an interesting on regarding veterans that will be featured at the Library of Congress.
Greg Joswiak to talk about iPad!
Talking about how kids love iPad, and use apps like GarageBand, iMovie, Clips, and Swift Playgrounds.
Cassie Williams from a school in London is on stage to talk about how they have integrated the iPad into the curriculum.
They are really doubling down on all the ways schools can utilize iPads. Hitting hard on the fact they are just for music/movies.
Annnnnd Greg is back out.
Most popular iPad has been the 9.7" which is available to schools for $299
Apple Pencil support is here