On the heels of Apple's new improved iTunes U offerings announced yesterday, the Mac and iPad maker today kicked off its annual Back to School promotion, which allows students to save on their next Apple product.
Bad news, America: If you stood in line for hours to get an iPhone in the hope of it making you look cool in the eyes of others, you might as well skip the iPhone 5 line and go straight for an Android device -- or at least that’s the gospel according to HTC America president Martin Fichter, anyway.
If you need further evidence that Apple is reshaping the educational landscape with the iPad, look no further than Freed-Hardeman University in Tennessee, who has recently introduced iPads into their innovative iKnow 2.0 program as digital textbooks for students as well as training for the faculty.
Moving into a dorm room after a lifetime spent in private residences can be a rude awakening. Your workspace is sure to be minimal, so you’ll need to choose your tech wisely and leave large, unnecessary items behind. We’re here to help -- and since getting a college education can be brutally expensive, we’ve taken the liberty of building a perfect Apple-centric dorm room setup for less than $1,000.