Last week, Apple spelt ease for students, teachers and scholars by launching iBooks 2.0.
The books available for download from iBooks 2.0 carry not just text but also photos, videos and much more. Tons of study material is accessible thanks to iBooks 2.0 and people are utilizing iBooks to the maximum.
Apple’s education-focused media event is scheduled for this Thursday, 19 January 2012.
It seems that more details are leaking before the event. This past Monday, the Wall Street Journal reported that McGraw-Hill has been working with Apple on this project since last June. Now, ArsTechnica is claiming that one of the key components of Thursday’s announcement will be a new publishing tool for eBooks.