Tim Cook Bashes New Apple Book, Calls It “Nonsense”

Apple New BookIn a statement given to CNBC, Tim Cook completely bashed the new Apple book, titled “Haunted Empire: Apple After Steve Jobs”:

This nonsense belongs with some of the other books I’ve read about Apple. It fails to capture Apple, Steve, or anyone else in the company. Apple has over 85,000 employees that come to work each day to do their best work, to create the world’s best products, to put their mark in the universe and leave it better than they found it. This has been the heart of Apple from day one and will remain at the heart for decades to come. I am very confident about our future.

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Check This Amazing Alternative Page Flipping Prototype for iPad [VIDEO]


Although Apple may have revolutionized the textbook industry by offering books at an incredibly low price and also by making them much more interactive, one thing that still needs to be improved is the way a user flips pages on the iPad. While iBooks is pretty good at it, here is another prototype that is way better than the current model being used. Read More

Video Explains How Apple Is Revolutionizing the Entire Textbook Industry

We were recently introduced to iBooks 2, iBooks Author and the all new iBooks textbooks for students that makes learning and studying via digital textbooks much more interactive. In a recent video that Apple has published on its site, the company explains how it is changing the entire textbook industry with these new Apps. Read More

Steve Jobs’ Official Biography Out Now on Kindle and iBookstore

STEVE BIOAs scheduled, Steve Jobs’ official biography by Walter Issacson has arrived on Amazon’s Kindle and for iBooks users. The kindle edition of the book is now available for $18.09, while the iBooks version is for $16.99. We have got our hands on the book, and boy it feels like gold. We will be reading it and posting incredible details that it shares here on TheAppleGoogle. Read More

iTunes Revenue to Surpass $13 Billion in 2013

itunesA new report from research analysts Global Equities Research has suggested that Apple’s iTunes store which icnludes a plethora of books, music, videos, albums, Apps, audiobooks, and more will bring in $13 billion in 2013. The store is predicted to grow at a rate of 39% over the next three years to bring in revenue to the ever growing computer company. Read More