Apple showcases new Books app

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Apple showcases new Books app

Our first glimpse of Apple Books, the app that will supersede iBooks this fall, was at WWDC last week, but Apple today gave us the grand tour in a new, in-depth preview of the upcoming revamp of its e-book platform.

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