Apple Seeds: Govement’s Push for Digital Textbooks Could Benifit Apple, Work on High-Definition Music Format, More

Apple Seeds is iSource’s daily roundup of Apple-related stories for the most diehard of fans, or for the news junkie that has to have all of the day’s news:

Apple to Likely Benefit from US Government’s Digital Textbook Push

The Associated Press is reporting that the U.S. government is pushing for schools and textbook companies to transition to digital textbooks. Textbook companies have been attempting to break into that market, but the cost of technology is holding them back. Apple is said to continue offering the iPad 2 at a reduced price after the iPad 3 launch. [Read More]

Apple Had Discussed High-Definition Music Formats with Neil Young

This may sound really awesome to some, or really lame to others. In an interview with AllThingsD, Neil Young claimed that he had discussed high-definition music formats with Steve Jobs before his passing. After several years of stagnation, it seems Apple still isn’t interested in pushing audio formats any further at the moment, which kinda surprises me. [Read More]

Analsyst Epects Next-Generation iPhone to Launch this Summer at WWDC

Here’s another analyst expecting the next-generation iPhone to be introduced at this year’s WWDC, which is expected to be held in June. I seriously have my doubts. Apple deliberately moved the release of their iPhone models ahead of the holiday season last year. I would expect that pattern to continue going forward. [Read More]

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