Ibooks Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Apple Books, formerly iBooks, is an e-book reading and store application by Apple Inc. for its iOS and macOS operating systems and devices. It was announced, under the name iBooks, in conjunction with the iPad on January 27, 2010, and was released for the iPhone and iPod Touch in mid-2010, as part of the iOS 4 update. Initially, iBooks was not pre-loaded onto iOS devices, but users could install it free of charge from the iTunes App Store. With the release of iOS 8, it became an integrated app. On June 10, 2013, at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference, Craig Federighi announced that iBooks would also be provided with OS X Mavericks in fall 2013.
Emma mentioned in a review, "I love to read, its not a secret. But as much as I love my Iphone, I hate with all my heart Ibooks. I think is very limited, the books I fell are a little bit more expensive, I tried Kindle from Amazon, you can download the app on any type of phone *google, android, ios* and it will work perfectly and the books are always on point and the prices and offers are very cool. I love to read, its not a secret. But as much as I love my Iphone, I hate with all my heart IBooks. I think is very limited, the books I fell are a little bit more expensive, I tried Kindle from Amazon, you can download the app on any type of phone *google, android, ios* and it will work perfectly and the books are always on point and the prices and offers are very cool."
Former Employee - Assistant Professor says"There are many cons to this institute. You have to work 13-14 hours a day. You have to travel to many different centers of Ibooks to teach students and they don't even pay you travel allowance. They don't respect their teachers. Company is full of nepotism culture. Works culture is the absolute worse."
Former Employee - Assistant Professor says"Pathetic work environment. No holidays, even they ask to work on Sundays that too 9.5 hours daily. Traveling at own expense. Zero personal life."
Current Employee - Science/Physics Teacher says"u will hav to move at different locations for teaching at different centers and 13 to 14 hrs working . and no travelling allowance."
Fausto Corradin says"The book is good. I payed 38 € for Express service, no possibility to communicate with the Delivery Service that I was out of my home. This service is very stiff."
customer says"I ordered the print version of Math for Scientists (Order #10665737, Product number 978-3-319-57353-3 M) on June 30, 2020, but I never received the book."
customer says"The service really sucks. I have been doing paperwork and complaints for more than 6 months in order to obtain hardcover copies of a textbook that I co-authored. Unbelievable. I already paid for my copies more than 2 months ago and I have not received anything yet."
Stavros Karathanasis says"I still do not have received my book. I need it in my MSc study. I am not satisfied at all"
vallika says"@brandywrites_ I mean... I 1000% stand with you on that and then there’s this. Sucks to have the family sharing whi… https://t.co/WZEtaIgKX9"
B.A Hons says"I use my iPad for games and iBooks and PDFs and now it’s super slow. Like the iOS runs so slow no matter the versio… https://t.co/V1AAlPrGWf"
Saki says"Soggy Condom Dog you"d inevitably have a Sheep codename sucks, my feet hurt I wish I video games."
N.Christine Samuelson says"RT @AuthorMSedrak: Amazon: https://t.co/oXVpzPWGk2 Bookbub: https://t.co/STcrtnRkow B&N: https://t.co/ycFXqJQUBf ibooks: https://t.co/8SoLm…"
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