- Apple announced Thursday that the its education catalog iTunes U has racked up its first billion downloads with users.
- The service, which launched its own app last year includes lectures, assignments, books and quizzes from prominent schools such as Yale and MIT.
- Among other brags in the press release, Apple noted that more than 1,200 colleges are using iTunes U, with more than 250,000 students from around the world enrolled in some courses.
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Apple’s educational initiative hit a pretty big number this week, a year after it got its own dedicated app. ...