The authors so far from his Apple iBook specified storage limit for releases was 2 GB. For the iBook started with two school-book initiative can be found, however, already in the range of titles that exceed this volume. “Perason’s Biology” 1791 pages occupied with 2.77 GB.
The so far only in English available biology book from Pearson Education caused quite a stir among the first iBook title that may break free from Apple’s previous size limit, and its interactive curriculum spread over an impressive 2.77 GB. If the example set a precedent, could assiduous readers with 16-GB iPads frequent sync sessions are in the house.
The documentation to be in iTunes customer reviews for “Pearson’s Biology” falling over themselves with praise so far for the quality of the material passed, however, require the translation into more languages. Cult of Mac puts together a list of the top eight as iBooks available textbooks and their memory requirements.
For several minutes the first Apple Special Event of 2012 starts. In the past week, Apple sent out invitations to selected U.S. media representatives today for a special event. “Join us for an education announcement in the Big Apple” was on the invitation card, the background was the New York skyline, including the Apple logo visible. From 16 clock Apple announced today at the Guggenheim Museum, the first news of the year.
The invitation card to indicate it already. Apple does anything in the “education” in the shields. The only question is “what?”. In recent days there have been rumors that Apple might introduce. Fueled by statements in the official Steve Jobs biography, shot himself in the rumor mill quickly to the issue of school books. Several sources, including the Wal Street Journal, as supplemented, that developer tools for the creation and distribution of textbooks will be presented. A collaboration has been named among other things, McGraw Hill and Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. Eddy Cue, and Roger Rosner should be represented on stage by Apple.
@techmeme A little birdie told me that Roger Rosner will announce Pages '12, iBooks 2 (with Lion support) and textbook rentals in NYC today.
Shortly before closing gates throws Jason D. O’Grady a few rumors in the room, which he claims to have heard just before the event. He announced via Twitter that he had a little bird twittered that 12 pages, 2 iBooks will be presented today (with the support of OS X Lion) and textbooks on loan in New York.
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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.