While the iPhone 7 has everyone buzzing, another Apple announcement caught educators' interest--Apple introduced a new coding curriculum, Everyone Can Code, which aims to teach anyone to code with a new app called Swift Playgrounds.

Swift lets users write code on the left side of their screen and see what they're creating with it on the right. With the new Swift Playgrounds app, students can solve puzzles and control characters with real code. It also offers an app development guide for students who are ready to build their own app.

Swift Playgrounds includes Apple-developed programming lessons where students write code...

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