Apple will begin rolling out its new digital “iBooks” logo printing apps this fall, according to Axios.
The apps will include a set of new PDF and JPEG file formats that can be shared among iOS devices and computers, and Apple is promising to update them for every new version of the software.
The new apps will also include new printing options that will let users share their creations with other Apple users on a global level.
Apple first unveiled its new iBooks apps at its Worldwide Developers Conference last year.
The company has been working on the new apps since February, and they are expected to launch later this year.
The iBooks app will be a collaboration with iBooks for iPad, a partnership that will allow users to easily create, print, and share iBooks documents and books using iOS devices.
Users can also create digital documents, such as journal entries and essays, and even import and print PDF documents directly from iBooks.
Users will be able to print on paper, a new option that was recently announced in a partnership with Kodak.