|⇒ Category:||eBook Files|
|⇒ Developer:||Apple Inc|
📌 .IBOOKS format container holds digital books generated for iOS and macOS Apple architectures. Precisely, the .IBOOKS entries are stored and opened up in the ePub 3 representation with several proprietary Apple-designated editions. Therefore, the .IBOOKS content may include presentations, 3D objects, videos, images, text, and other categories of media. As an extra tweak, the original file definition supports satiated user interaction through multi-touch swipes and gestures. iBOOKS samples are built up and opened with iBooks Author applet, a freeware book publishing and design solution invented and founded by Apple enterprise. The resulting object instances can be exported in the iBooks shape, as .PDF items, or as plain text document categories. Conclusive documents can also be published to the iBookstore library with the involvement of iTunes Producer utility. After the data object is finally published on iTunes, it can be strictly uploaded directly to an iPad tablet.
📌 .IBOOKS extension is accurately opened up, reviewed and uncovered by Apple Books mobile applet, included into the primary, initial installer set, bundled with the appropriate Apple device or gadget. As long as the predefined file branch is initially designated for being operated by this custom product, the proper object entities are comfortably fit for the respective software applet, included into the primary operating system package. Besides, the noted file composition can be sustained by Apple iBooks Author project, currently remaining in discontinued development state. The aforementioned sample structure is comprehended by Apple platforms only, and is not oriented on Windows or Linux infrastructures, including their recent editions and builds, released in the latter decade. The aforementioned file structure is mainly referencing the “iBooks 2” format subarea, introduced in January, 2012 and is precisely associated with educational textbooks, published in digital form.