Apple’s education event today is focused on the new $299 iPad, designed as its most affordable, apparatus with Apple Pencil support. It is also updating its Pages application to deliver a fresh digital book creation tool to allow educators and students make books together, including the utilization of handwritten notes and drawings. Formerly, a comparable feature on the Mac was the iBooks Writer program.
Rather than calling it iBooks Writer, however, Apple is now calling it Digital Books. Students can do a book for a group project and these books, may include pictures, videos, or Apple Pencil illustrations. Users will be capable to create books from pre made templates.