- Source: Kqed
“There’s been speculation for months now — at least since the release of the Steve Jobs biography — about Apple’s plans to take on the textbook publishing industry. And today at the Guggenheim Museum in New York, we finally got a glimpse of what the company has been planning since long before the death of its co-founder.
As Apple’s Phil Schiller noted in his opening remarks today, ‘Education is deep in our DNA… and has been since the very beginning.'”
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