Thursday Apple Rumors: When Will the Apple Park Visitor Center Open?

Apple has bought a nanotechnology startup

Leading the Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) rumor mill today is news of when the Apple Park Visitor Center will open. Today, we’ll look at that and other Apple Rumors for Thursday.

Thursday Apple Rumors: When Will the Apple Park Visitor Center Open?Visitor Center: A recent image reveals the opening date for the Apple Park Visitor Center, reports MacRumors. The image shows a sign that lists the grand opening of the Visitor Center as Nov. 17. The sign does not list any specific times for the grand opening event. Rumors claim that the location will act as a shop for customers to buy merchandise from AAPL. However, it won’t act as a full store that carries all of the company’s devices.

InVisage Technologies: AAPL has reportedly acquired InVisage Technologies, TechCrunch notes. InVisage Technologies is a startup that has a focus on nanotechnology. The startup specifically works on developing tech for better imaging capabilities on devices such as smartphones. It appears that the acquisition took place last month, but wasn’t announced by AAPL. This is typical of the tech company when it comes to smaller acquisitions.

Everyone Can Code: AAPL is expanding its Everyone Can Code program to schools outside of the U.S., reports AppleInsider. The tech company will now be offering its Everyone Can Code program to students at 20 schools across the world. The locations that will be offering the program include colleges and universities. This will have them offering a full-year course on learning how to develop apps with Swift.

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As of this writing, William White did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities.

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