“I don’t believe it’s a problem that has a technological answer. I believe it’s a problem that has a human answer… When we attacked this problem 20 years ago, we really thought that technology would be this miraculous substitute… But it turns out the more you look, the more you see. It’s actually the fundamental basics that are the problem.”
Apple never thought it could change the education market for the last 14 years. But it will never give up contributing.
I’d bet on an education related announcement with the cheaper iPad mini in the coming weeks. Maybe something as simple a deeper education discounts for the smaller iPad.
Via (Youtube) starts at 20:29