Today, March 8, is International Women’s Rights Day. To celebrate this date, Apple has made a change to its home page. Both on computer and on mobile, Apple’s home page has been transformed into a universe scrolling the biography of influential women.
In the center of its new home page, Apple says: “To all those who change the world. ” In addition, a few days ago, the Californian posted a video on his YouTube channel; it is the same that is currently found on the home page of the company.
At the bottom of the page, Apple highlights two programs created by women. These programs are:
Kode with Klossy
The flagship program of the Kode with Klossy initiative allows young women to participate in IT internships for free, where inspiring trainers teach them a number of key concepts and skills.
Founded in 2013 by Malala and Ziauddin Yousafzai, the MalalaFund works for equality of opportunity in the world by defending the right of every young girl to quality education provided free of charge in a safe environment.
For his part, Tim Cook (the CEO of Apple) posted a tweet on Twitter to honor women on occasion. “Today we pay tribute to the women who drive us forward and celebrate the generations they stand on. Every woman deserves to be safe and treated equally ”, says the boss of Apple.
Today we honor the women who drive us forward, and we celebrate the generations whose shoulders they stand on. Every woman deserves to be safe and treated equally. #InternationalWomensDay
– Tim Cook (@tim_cook) March 8, 2020
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