The internet has been set abuzz with the fact that Apple is about to host an all new education event at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum at the world’s big city, New York. The Cupertino based company confirms the fact that Apple is about to host this event completely related to education. Being a computer related company, this new event has indeed surprised a lot of fans out there.
With the event laying just a few days away, Apple has already started rolling out invites to all those geeks out there. The invite seems pretty simple, as usual. With a big Apple logo being featured at the center of the invitation, the invitation seems pretty cool. While the company’s bitten Apple covers the front section of the invitation, the background is filled with black and white, tall buildings of the large city, New York.
As the sources say, this brand new event is about to unveil the emergence of iBooks. This iBooks initiative is set to convert text books to digital books, making the job of learning pretty easy and fun. With students carrying a huge set of books, weighing around 40 pounds, this new step is to make the job of learning easier. While each student out there owns a smartphone or an iPad, with iBooks in hand, the students can easily learn with ease and pure fun!
Or is it some other new introduction? Is Apple on the verge to unveil the all new iTV or upgrade the pretty old version of iWork, the brother of Microsoft Office? Or is Apple about to hit the event with the most awaited and loved iPad 3, coming with lots of features? On the other hand, it was already rumored that, iPad 3 is about to hit the markets on February 24, marking the birthday of Apple’s founder, Steve Jobs. Also, with this event being an educational one, the introduction of iBooks seems to be the most ideal one. Let us wait and see.