Apple's iBooks app may not have buried the Kindle, but it's still one of the most prominent digital bookstores out there. Today at WWDC, Apple announced a total redesign of iBooks, complete with a new name. Apple Books will replace iBooks; it now has a naming scheme in sync with Apple Music and Apple News. More importantly, the app looks a lot nicer -- there's a new "reading now" area that you'll see when you first open an app. That makes it a little easier to jump back into the book you were reading. It's a good bit of context for when you haven't picked up that book in a little bit.