Originally Posted by Lawyered
You complaint is lost on me. One can reasonably infer that you ascribe a political motive for the fact that former President G. W. Bush's book is not available through Apple's iBooks bookstore. If you believe this, then you have no evidence to support your contention.
It is well known that the iBooks store has substantially less inventory than other electronic bookstores. You may rest assured that Apple is working like a Trojan to change this fact, but it is a work in progress. The larger truth is that it does not matter. Every electronic book in Amazon.com's inventory is available to readers using iPads, iPhones, and iPod touches. This is why Amazon.com released the Kindle
app for iOS. Every electronic book in Barnes & Noble's inventory is available to readers using iPads, iPhones, and iPod touches. This is why Barnes & Noble released the nook
app for iOS. Be reminded that these two reader apps and others were all approved by Apple.
In today's ebook market, the iBooks
app is just another option. Without it, you may still have more books on your iOS device than you could ever hope to read.