Adobe ebook readers have been around for decades, but this year the company is bringing out the big guns with the new Adobe EdgeBook, which will be available on the Apple iPad, the iPhone, and the Apple TV.
Adobe EdgeBooks are essentially the same as the iPad, but they offer a lot of new features that are not in the iPad’s offerings.
While the Apple version is cheaper, the iPad version will be even more affordable, too.
For starters, you’ll have access to a larger display with the larger screen sizes that you’ll find on the iPhone and Apple TV, allowing you to read books in much higher resolution and on the bigger screen sizes, too (like a 4.7-inch display on the iPad).
The iPad and iPhone also offer better viewing options than the iPad Pro, which can only do about 80% of what the iPad can.
Adobe also includes a number of new books in the new EdgeBook.
For example, you can now read digital novels with your iPad, and you can use the new built-in voice recognition for your book.
The new EdgeBooks also come with support for some popular e-readers like the Kindle Fire, which is the new tablet and phone that Amazon introduced this year.
And if you need to do a quick scan of a document, the new software lets you do that with just a few taps on your iPad.
The EdgeBook also includes support for a number other apps, including iBooks, which lets you browse and buy books online.
The device is available now for $199.99 on the App Store.