As we emerge from another national lockdown, we’ve been honoured to welcome many new Apple training clients in Q1 2021. Among them are IT support companies, educational institutions, and retail giants.
But first, here’s the news from our Apple training division.
Apple launches M1 chip
The world of tech has changed with the launch of Apple’s M1 processor. The M1 chip boasts eight processor cores, which is double the number in older chips.
Apple continues to thrive
Apple generated a whopping 42 percent of all smartphone revenue this quarter, despite accounting for just 16.8 percent of global shipments. It’s a record-breaker for the company, considering this time last year they shipped 13.6 percent of all smartphones and generated 34.4 percent of revenue. And as the company continues to grow we will continue to train repair shops and businesses to navigate the latest updates.
Working out while WFH
We’ve also been taking steps to ensure our team stays healthy during lockdown. One example is our adoption of YuLife reward-based insurance. Our resident PT has also been hosting weekly HIIT workouts for our team to join in and shift the lockdown weight.
Our new Apple training clients in Q1 2021 include
- Triumph Technologies LTD
- Pentland Brands
- First Derivatives
- Malaviya National Institute of Technology
- Royal Veterinary College
- FX Plus
- Norwich BioScience Institutes
New client: Triumph Technologies
Triumph Technologies Ltd is a family-run business that offers a comprehensive range of IT services to small to midsize firms. We were happy to help expand the company’s offering with another Apple certification.
New client: Pentland Brands
Pentland is the name behind some of the biggest brands: Berghaus, Canterbury of New Zealand, and Speedo, to name a few. The company came to us asking for training, and we were happy to oblige.
New client: Trams
Trams is a premium IT solutions expert in the enterprise sector, helping companies transform through innovation. We welcomed the chance to update the team’s Apple skills through our instructor-led courses.
New client: Malaviya National Institute of Technology
MNIT is a public technical university located in Jaipur, India, emphasising science, engineering, and management. The university reached out to us looking to update its knowledge, and we were happy to help with our hands-on training courses.
New client: FX Plus
FX Plus supports higher education learning at Falmouth, Penryn, and Truro campuses on behalf of Falmouth University and the University of Exeter. The company also works with the Students Union and Wider Universities partnership. We welcomed the chance to support this client’s transition to the latest macOS.
First Derivatives is a world-class software and services company that specialises in high-performance analytics. The company came to us looking for training, and we were happy to help these delegates get up to speed.
New client: Norwich BioScience Institutes
Sector: Research institute
NBI is a world-renowned research organisation that tackles modern-day challenges like healthy ageing and food-related disease. We welcomed the chance to help the NBI team expand its skills with our Apple mac training.
So, what’s next?
As the digital landscape keeps evolving, we’ll be making sure that our clients continue to stay up to date on the latest skills they need. We offer a range of courses for all knowledge levels, from getting started with macOS to advanced Apple support.