Apple has posted the full video of its yesterday’s education-centric event that brought us iBooks 2 and cheaper, $15 textbooks to the iPad. It was the company’s first public event for the year, and the first one after the iPhone 4S was unveiled back in October 2011.
Except for iBooks 2.0, yesterday Apple also introduced Mac book builder iBooks Author, and the iTunes U application. The company is partnering with McGraw Hill and Pearson to bring high-school curriculum to the iPad in a new, more engaging form with animations, video and more interactive content.
To watch the video you’d need to have quicktime installed on your device.
Download the Apple Education Event [iTunes link]
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