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If you’ve wanted to pay for various Apple purchases with PayPal, the functionality has finally rolled out across 12 countries, including Australia, from today.

Published in Home Tech

It’s the magic of software! All seven Harry Potter books now have immersive interaction accompanying the full text, exclusively on Apple iBooks.

Published in Entertainment

The latest and presumably last version of Apple’s iOS 8 operating system, iOS 8.4, has launched this morning with Apple Music and more.

Published in Home Tech
Thursday, 08 August 2013 13:51

Apple lets another Mavericks loose

Apple has released the latest beta version of its OS X 10.9 Mavericks, now featuring iBooks along with a host of maintenance changes.

Published in Development

Apple's education announcement featured a new version of the iBooks app to handle the company's new electronic textbook format, along with free software for creating those interactive textbooks.

Published in Mobility

Yesterday, Apple announced a list of who's in at the Australian iBookstore, and by virtue of doing so, announced a list of who's currently out of the Australian iBookstore too, causing a furore among smaller publishers who feel miffed at thus far being left out of the crunchy kingdom and away from all its digital iCitizens, and right before Christmas, too!

Published in Entertainment
Wednesday, 03 November 2010 16:45

Apple unlocks Australian iBookstore at last!

After months of delay, Apple has finally secured deals with 'major and independent publishers' to bring thousands of existing titles and new books arriving on a regular basis to Australian iDevice users who have easy and legal access to more than just the out-of-copyright classics. Read on!

Published in Entertainment

Is the silence surrounding Apple's plans for the iBookstore in Australia harming the device's appeal?

Published in Core Dump
Tuesday, 04 May 2010 12:42

Apple sells one million iPads in 28 days

Apple says it sold one million iPads in just 28 days - a significant improvement on initial iPhone sales.

Published in Mobility

A fresh round of controversy has exploded concerning the way Apple forbids third-party developers from using private APIs in iPhone OS.

Published in Core Dump

Apple's iBook eBookstore is getting a massive boost of textual freedom with the news from Appadvice that the iPad will feature the entire 30,000 free eBook collection from the famous Project Gutenberg site.

Published in Home Tech




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