In addition to the obvious, this sounds like a big deal because it indicates the continued development of iWork and iLife.Apple Awarded $30 Million iPad Deal From LA Unified School District [from Apple press release]
Apple today announced it received the Los Angeles School Board of Education's approval to begin a massive roll out of iPad to its students across the school district starting this fall. The $30 million commitment for iPads is the first phase of a larger roll out for the country's second-largest public school district. [...]
Apple will provide iPads that include the Pearson Common Core System of Courses delivered via a new app as part of the integrated solution. Apps such as iWork, iLife and iTunes, in addition to a range of educational third-party apps, are also included.
Discussion of non-operating system issues related to all iPads.
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Noted on Macintouch today:
"Design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works."
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