Apple unveiled its new iBook line at the Oakland Mall in Oakland, California.
The iBook lineup is the latest addition to Apple’s Mac line that has gained traction since it was first introduced in 2013.
The iBook lines of the past have included the MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, iMac, iBook and Mac Pro.
The new iBooks range is Apple’s first foray into a larger, iPad-like device and is meant to compete with Apple’s own iMac and iPad line.
The Apple iBook series is Apples first attempt at a smaller tablet, and it is intended to be an attractive option for students and tech workers.
Apple has not disclosed pricing for the new line, which will be available starting April 5th for $299.99 and up.
Apple also says the new iSeries lineup will be $249.99.
Apple is offering the new devices with both 32GB and 64GB of RAM, but that is limited to 256GB models.
The new iClass line is designed to have larger storage options than the iBooks.
Apple says the iClass series will feature “unprecedented flexibility” when it comes to configuring and managing the devices.
The MacBook Air is one of the first models to get the new storage options, but Apple is not offering a similar option for the iMac or iPad Pro.
Apple’s iBook models will also be available in two configurations: 32GB for $249 and 64 GB for $499.