Maccast MembersA podcast about all things Macintosh. For Mac geeks, by Mac geeks. Episode 111. Apple held it’s big education event in New York and announced iBooks 2 which, as expected, brings textbooks to the iPad. They also announced a new free authoring tool for iBooks called “iBooks Author” and a created a new iOS app for iTunes U content. After a few days parsing the announcements and playing with the tools and new content I share some of my thoughts on what I think Apple is up to as it refocuses on it’s education business.

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