Apple already gave McGraw-Hill a slight punishment in the iPad Launch event for leaking iPad OS information on TV before its launching – According to Gizmodo.
At today’s iPad event, Apple scratched McGraw-Hill from the presentation slide displaying the various educational partners for the iPad. The awkward array of five logos used to be a tidy lineup of six. The day before the show, Apple removed McGraw-Hill, the 122-year-old publisher whose 61-year-old leader, Harold McGraw III — better known as Terry – leaked about the iPhone OS on the TV.
Here’s what McGraw-Hill CEO said:
Yeah, Very exciting. Yes, they’ll make their announcement tomorrow on this one. We have worked with Apple for quite a while. And the Tablet is going to be based on the iPhone operating system and so it will be transferable. So what you are going to be able to do now is we have a consortium of e-books. And we have 95% of all our materials that are in e-book format. So now with the tablet you’re going to open up the higher education market, the professional market. The tablet is going to be just really terrific.
Here’s the Video: