Apple Computer Inc. said it’s the “best way to master computer science” in an interview published Monday, calling the iPad the “first and only true desktop computer.”
The iPad is an iPad-like tablet computer that Apple designed for high-quality education, but the company has been slow to roll out the iPad to students.
The company has focused more on selling its products to consumers, rather than to educators.
But its new iPad line includes an educational component, with Apple teaching students how to use the computer in the classroom.
Apple introduced its iPad in 2006.
It is the first product in the iPad line to have a learning component, the iEdition app, and the first iPad to have its own education curriculum.
The iPad teaches students how computers work and how to take notes and work with graphics.
Apple said the iPad is easier to use and more flexible than the iPad Pro, which was designed for educators.
The new iPad will be available this fall in the United States, Australia, Canada, and New Zealand.
Apple expects to have the iPad sold in the U.S. in 2020.
Apple is a major player in the mobile device market, with iPhones and iPads sold in over 200 countries and more than 50 million handsets.
The iPad has helped it compete in a market that has been dominated by Android, Google’s Android smartphone and tablet operating system, which competes with Apple’s own iOS platform.
Apple did not immediately respond to a request for comment.