Apple Australia’s 40th-anniversary celebration leads to some big initiatives that are expected to help Australian communities grow in the renewable energy sector.
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Aside from this, the tech giant firm also announced that new iOS app courses would soon be launched to equip young Australians with the right knowledge when it comes to application development.
“To mark Apple’s 40 years in Australia, the company today announced new initiatives that will help protect the environment and create opportunity in communities across the country,” said Apple via its official press release.
Apple Australia 40th Anniversary
Apple CEO Tim Cook said that they are proud to celebrate the growth of Apple in the Australian market. He added that they would further enhance their relationship with the country.
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Apple staff wait for the offical opening of the new Sydney Apple Store on June 19, 2008 in Sydney, Australia. The new $AUD 15 million store is the 215th to open worldwide since the first opened in 2001 and is the second biggest in the world.
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By deepening its shared commitment with Australia, the giant iPhone maker is expected to create more opportunities for Australian residents.
Aside from this, Apple said it would also make efforts to protect Australia’s natural environment further.
Cook excitingly shared that they are lucky to have great colleagues, partners, and consumers across the country.
Now, here are the exact initiatives of Apple that can greatly benefit Australian communities.
Apple Australia’s Initiatives
According to Apple Insider’s latest report, among the main initiatives of Apple to benefit the Australian market is creating a new renewable energy project.
This new eco-friendly program is expected to allow the tech firm to achieve its 2030 climate goal. Specifically, the iPhone maker plans to acquire a wind farm in Queensland.
On the other hand, Apple also confirmed that it also partnered with the University of Technology (UTS) and RMT University in Melbourne (RMIT) to launch some of its “Develop in Swift” curriculum courses.
This will allow the students of these schools to learn more about iOS app coding and other application development processes.
You can visit this link to see more of Apple’s plans to help Australian communities.
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