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Apple Store - FREE Summer Camp for Kids 2013

sharki69 8,838 June 18, 2013 at 01:37 PM in Free / Freebie (8)
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At Apple Camp, kids ages 8-12 learn how to shoot their own footage, create an original song in GarageBand on an iPad, and put it all together in iMovie on a Mac. This free workshop, held at Apple Retail Stores, spans three days and ends with campers debuting their masterpieces at the Apple Camp Film Festival. Space is limited and workshops fill up quickly, so sign up now for a super-creative adventure.*


Day One (1.5 hours)

Get an introduction to the basics of moviemaking, including creating a storyboard.
Create an original soundtrack by making a song in GarageBand on an iPad.
Prepare for shooting footage outside the store overnight or inside the store at the end of the workshop.
On day one, Apple Camp also includes an optional, one-hour Parents Workshop that will focus on using and setting parental controls on the Mac. Registration is not required.

Day Two (1.5 hours)

Get an introduction to iMovie — simple-to-use moviemaking software.
Use a Mac to import and edit collected movie footage, incorporating stills and music.
Create a film.
With guidance from Apple Camp Counselors, kids will use iMovie — part of the iLife suite of creativity applications built into every Mac — to create, edit, and produce their films.

Day Three (Saturday morning, 1.5 hours)

Film Festival
Kids will have the opportunity to showcase their movies to invited parents, relatives, and friends. Participation in the festival is optional. Campers can take their completed movies home at the end of day two, if they prefer.
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Last Edited by iMind June 19, 2013 at 10:50 AM
we will given your kids intense exposure to our premium line products
we'll take your kids and train them to be our in-home brand advocates
and because you love your kids, you'll learn to buy whatever they want

FREE for a limited time, because we know you'll be back with your wallet.
Sign up, Today!

- the Revolutionary Marketing Team @ Apple

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#3
Luring in the kids while they are young.... Only Apple would do that.... Smilie
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Welcome to the Apple Campomercial
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#5
Don't give Apple too much credit, the cigarette companies tried hooking young consumers
generations ago.......
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#6
Their teaching kids that they belong to Apple and to always buy Apple products.
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#7
I thought of the same thing...

BUT

we've done this 2 summers already and ended up with nice videos done on apple products with no pressure or intention to buy high priced apple products...

kids gotten freebies like shirts, usb drives and other stuff...

it's just something for the kids to do...

and no, I'm not an apple fanboi...I in fact got rid of my iphone4 and went for an android SG4...son who went to apple summer camp ended up liking an SII...
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Quote from mo.karney View Post :
Luring in the kids while they are young.... Only Apple would do that.... Smilie
coming from somebody who bought or got lured into buying apple products in 2012 accdg. to his signature...Stick Out Tongue

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Quote from kotaro_14 View Post :
Their teaching kids that they belong to Apple and to always buy Apple products.
if you need Apple to teach your kids what to buy or what not to buy, somebody's failing on parenting 101...
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Quote from kotaro_14 View Post :
Their teaching kids that they belong to Apple and to always buy Apple products.
Perhaps you need to be taught the difference between "there", "their", and "they're".


Quote from medbuyer View Post :
coming from somebody who bought or got lured into buying apple products in 2012 accdg. to his signature...Stick Out Tongue

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Oh no, my comment was not meant in a negative way. I have a lot of apple products (2 iPad 3s, iPad Mini, iPhone 5, iPhone 4s, 2012 Macbook Air, Retina Macbook, and a 27" iMac)
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Their teaching kids that they belong to Apple and to always buy Apple products.
Apple has teaching kids? I didn't know that.
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#12
For those hating on Apple for doing this, Microsoft also does this aswell.
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Quote from mo.karney View Post :
Oh no, my comment was not meant in a negative way. I have a lot of apple products (2 iPad 3s, iPad Mini, iPhone 5, iPhone 4s, 2012 Macbook Air, Retina Macbook, and a 27" iMac)
nice toys...

I've been drooling over the 27" imacs like what we have in our office but just couldn't justify the cost for me to buy it...in short, can't afford it...Big Grin
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#14
taking a page out of the marketing strategies cigarette companies were using...

next thing you know Apple has their own version of Joe Camel
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