Lately tablets are becoming part of the learning process for kids at school with more and more school turning towards introducing this new gadget into the classrooms. Apple’s dream to get its iPads to classrooms has run into a number of roadblocks, as it requires a lot of work to make them fit for the environment. Both MacRumours and 9to5Mac have discovered that Apple is ditching the requirement of individual IDs on school-supplied iPads as of this fall. Staff will have the option to decide which devices get which apps or books, allowing teachers to focus on what is important, education. They will still have plenty of control on the device, so that installing games or other apps doesn’t distract the kids.
Source: MacRumours, 9to5Mac
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