Apple Inc. planned to release a free coding education app on Tuesday that it developed with middle-school students in mind, in the latest salvo among technology companies to gain share in the education market and to nurture early product loyalty among children.
Apple Inc. planned to release a free coding education app on Tuesday that it developed with middle-school students in mind, in the latest salvo among technology companies to gain share in the education market and to nurture early product loyalty among children. File photo by David Joles Minneapolis Star Tribune
Apple Inc. planned to release a free coding education app on Tuesday that it developed with middle-school students in mind, in the latest salvo among technology companies to gain share in the education market and to nurture early product loyalty among children. File photo by David Joles Minneapolis Star Tribune

Apple offers free app to teach children basics of computer programming

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