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We’re not sure what Apple’s got their App Store elves on these days, but for the second time this week they’ve pushed out an update to iBooks -- this time apparently to squash a bug introduced in the earlier version.
Apple has just pushed out a new update to iBooks, bring the universal app for the iPhone/iPod touch and iPad to version 1.1.2. What perplexing is that iBooks just got an update on Monday (July 19) to version 1.1.1, which brought with it a host of performance improvements, audio and video enhancements within books and the ability to double-tap an image inside a book to view it in greater detail.
So we’re sitting here scratching our heads, because Apple’s update notes for the new version 1.1.2 are identical except for one newly-added line at the end: “Addresses a minor issue with updating iBooks.”
There you have it, mystery solved.
What are you doing still reading about it? Head to iTunes or the App Store on your device and get updating.
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