Apple has updated the "features" section of the iPad page on its Web site. Specifically, there is a new section that talks about the upcoming . The site confirms much of the accepted speculation about the e-reading feature of the iPad.
For example, users will be able to sync their books with iTunes even if they were purchased from a different outlet, as long as they are part of the fairly-universal ePub standard.
Users will also be able to switch between single-page (portrait) and double-page (landscape) views by simply rotating the iPad. Much like other e-readers, touching and holding down any word will bring up a dictionary definition of the word, and there is software to enable out-load reading of the text.
The iBookstore will be available on the iPad App Store day-and-date with the iPad launch, on April 3.
Via Mac Rumors.
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