Apple has long touted its educational video apps, and the company has long been known to be a major source of content for Apple TV.
However, the company’s education app, Instagram, is now looking to capitalize on the iPad’s popularity with the release of a new video app.
According to an article by AppleInsider, Apple has begun rolling out a new app called Instagram Education for Apple TVs that will give users access to the company`s popular educational video app through the iPad.
Instagram is a platform that allows users to upload videos to social media, share them and receive ratings from their friends.
The app is available for iOS and Mac OS X. An Instagram Education app for the iPad is now available for download.
Apple is reportedly rolling out an update to the app to allow users to create videos in Apple TV’s new native video app, iMovie.
This new video streaming app will bring new features and functionality to the iPad, including support for Apple’s video editing capabilities, new effects and video editing options.
There is also no word on whether or not the new app will be a part of an update that will roll out to the iOS version of the iPad as well.
In the video above, you can see a preview of the new Instagram Education for the iPhone and iPad.