iTunes now allows users to subscribe to PDFs as well as podcasts.

iTunes now allows users to subscribe to PDFs as well as podcasts, Steve Rubel reports on his blog. Current offerings are WikiNews Print Edition and a pdf from Make Magazine. Steve says:

It's conceivable that Apple could turn iTunes into a dedicated RSS reader that operates like Safari and become a clearing house for all subscription-based content. In addition, wireless is on the way according to this patent filing. Taking this a step further, it's also highly possible that if iTunes enhances its DRM to include other enclosures it will move into e-books and or e-magazines.

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