Inside the White House with D.C.'s most wired reporter. Sign up for Mike Allen's Axios AM.


Apple looks to reclaim ground in education market

Apple iPad
An Apple iPad pro. Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Apple is looking to gain back some lost market share in schools with a low-cost iPad, reports Bloomberg. Google and Microsoft have both gained on Apple in recent years with their inexpensive laptops for the classroom. With a cheaper iPad (and other potential announcements) at an event next week, Apple is hoping to boost its presence.

Why it matters: Apple Inc. is the most valuable company in the world, but it is in the midst of a race to a $1 trillion valuation with Amazon on its tail and quickly rising. This move gives Apple a boost while putting more affordable products in student's hands.

More stories loading.