Tim Cook announced a new version of iBooks at the Apple Event, San Jose California Theater.
The new iBooks enables you to read books using a continuous scrolling mode, as well as the traditional page flipping program. It also has better iCloud integration, all of your purchased books appear on the booksshelf and you can tap any one to start reading.
It also enables you to share quotes from books on Facebook and Twitter.
The new iBooks also supports 40 new languages including Korean.
Tium Cook also announced that iBooks is the most popular app on the app store with over 400 million downloads. He also announced that there are over 1.5 million books on the iBookstore.
The new iBooks is available on the App Store today.
Also at Apple's special event:
New iMac line-up tech specs and pricing
Apple's new 13in MacBook Pro with Retina display pricing and tech specs
iPad mini specs revealed
Apple updates Mac mini
Apple unveils iPad mini and fourth-generation iPad
Apple's iPad mini UK pricing announced
Apple launches new, 80 per cent thinner iMac line-up
Apple introduces 13in MacBook Pro with Retina display
Apple reveals new version of iBooks