Oct 222012
 

Apple’s conference will be held in U.S. time on October 23, when the long-rumored iPad mini is likely to be published. Although the market generally believes that Apple’s new iPad will be the protagonist of the conference, the latest news from French blog website iGen.fr, that Apple might also introduce an upgraded version of the independent e-book application iBooks iBooks 3.0 at the conference.

Recently, a named iGen.fr French Apple blog author said, in Apple’s digital book store, part of the books explicitly require to use iBooks 3.0 application – in the French comic novel “Largo Winch” page, the sidebar has description in requesting iBooks 3.0.

Apple gave developers and media publishers some control authority in iTunes store, so they can make some description, but the technology website The Next Web pointed out that this part of the overall application requirements is automatically generated content, developers can not change. This means that, taking into account the next week, Apple will release new products, iBooks 3.0 appeared in the Apple iTunes Store is not a printing error.

According to Apple’s sales strategy, the next version iBooks will focus more on the visual experience. Back in February of this year, Apple once added graphic novel partition in the iBooks store. And seen from the success of ComiXology, this partition performance is good. It is reported that there is news that Apple may want to increase the sales of textbooks through iBooks.

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