If you’ve been paying attention to any tech news since yesterday, you probably heard about the Apple announcement of their new iBook® Author app – geared towards educators looking to publish textbooks for customized classroom solutions. Here’s what some of the top tech-media outlets have to say about the new program:
Hands On: Apple’s iBooks Author App
Apple launches iBooks 2 e-Textbook platform (video)
- PC Magazine
iBooks Author: You Work For Apple Now
- The Telegraph
iBooks Author: Apple doesn’t want to own your book
- The Verge
iBooks Author restricts all sales to iBookstore, wraps for-pay books in DRM
Apple Announces iBooks 2, A New Textbook Experience for the iPad
- LA Times
Apple’s iBooks 2, iBooks Author: Bids to own publishing’s future
Hands on: iBooks Author review
So what do you guys think about Apple’s new initiative? Sound off in the comments below.
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