When I was in high school, Apple was everywhere. This was not a coincidence. For years, Apple set itself up to be the computer of education, giving discounts to schools so that their students would become familiar with the Mac ecosystem.
Apple appears to want to head back in that direction and “get in” before Adobe by offering Final Cut Pro X, Logic Pro X, Motion 5, Compressor 4, and MainStage 3 as a bundled software set for $199.99 to teachers, faculty, staff and college students as well as K12 and HiEd institutions, “so classrooms and creative labs can provide real world video editing and music creation experiences to prepare students for their future.”
Good on you Apple. More of this please!