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Apple is trying to establish a rule that whatever I create with this application, if I sell it, I have to give them a cut.
In ensuring that the App Store remains the only legitimate market for iOS apps, Apple doesn’t claim any legal rights to the content I create using its Xcode toolset. Instead, they enforce technical restrictions; apps must be cryptographically signed by Apple in order to run on unaltered iOS devices.
You don’t get to use this free tool to produce books that you sell directly to customers, circumventing Apple’s store.
it’s about not wanting iBooks Author to serve as an authoring tool for competing bookstores like Amazon’s or Google’s.
What this means is that the everyday teacher can once again cut around the fluff and create meaningful content that goes right to the heart of the curriculum trying to be conveyed.
a delivery model that can be adjusted on the fly.
a delivery model that can address the needs of all learners.
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