Apple: iBooks Update 1.5 comes with night reading mode

Apple updated the iBooks to version 1.5.

Apple updated the iBooks app to version 1.5.

Apple has the e-book reading software iBooks equipped with a night reading mode, which prevents the reader in the dark when reading from the screen of his iPhone or iPad is dazzled.
The iBook version 1.5 for Apple’s iPhone and iPad can be blanked in the settings. The screen background will turn black and the writing medium gray. So shall the reading in the dark for the eyes will be less stressful.

In addition, Apple has integrated in the iBook 1.5 update new fonts like “Athelas”, “charter”, “Iowan” and “Seravek”. In addition, the book cover in the public domain books have been redesigned and now look much higher quality. It was also revised the tool palette for notes and highlight color of text passages.

The update of iBooks 1.5 is free available on the iTunes App Store.

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4 comments on “Apple: iBooks Update 1.5 comes with night reading mode

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