Apple Will Bring a Million Books to the iPhone

Apple announced a new line of prod­ucts this morn­ing. Most will focus on the new, speed­i­er iPhone. But what caught my eye is the Ice­berg e‑book read­er that will bring 1,000,000 books to the iPhone. This will include, accord­ing to Engad­get, 500 best­sellers, 50 major mag­a­zines and about 170 dai­ly papers, plus text­books by Houghton Mif­flin, Har­court and McGraw Hill. Sounds awful­ly like what Ama­zon is doing with the new Kin­dle DX. You can learn more about the Ice­berg read­er here.

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  • Wow great find. That would be amaz­ing. From read­ing the site, though, you have to pay for these e‑books. It would be bet­ter if they would just make a part­ner­ship and offer them up for free.

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