iBooks and iTunes U both received a refresh yesterday aimed mostly at those opting for a new iPad.
iBooks version 2.1 will now display sharper, crisper text when viewed on the third-generation iPad's Retina Display. We'll have to wait and see just how sharp when the new iPad hits the stores next week. But Apple Senior Vice President Philip Schiller showed off the improvement in text quality at yesterday's iPad event.
The new iBooks throws in a few tweaks for people sticking with their current iPads. You can now use your finger as a highlighter when … Read more