Apple unveils iWork for iPhone, iPod touch

Discussion in 'Apple' started by Michelle Steiner, May 31, 2011.


    Apple unveils iWork for iPhone, iPod touch

    Apple has launched a major update of the mobile version of iWork, evolving
    it to support the iPhone and iPod touch. Pages, Numbers and Keynote are now
    universal titles, continuing to offer an expanded, more complex interface
    on iPads. Pricing also remains a consistent $10 for each title.
    Each app has further gained a new document manager, which should make it
    easier to sort through files and arrange them into folders. Pages and
    Numbers have been enhanced with a feature called "Smart Zoom," used to view
    and edit data. Among some app-specific updates are font size and style
    controls on Pages' ruler, and the option of using Keynote Remote to operate
    Keynote from another iPhone or iPod.

    The decision to release iWork for the iPhone this week may hint at the
    nature of Apple's WWDC keynote on June 6th. It suggests that the company
    wants to leave room for other topics during the keynote, of which there
    could be many. Dominating the event will be demonstrations of iOS 5, and
    iCloud, Apple's mysterious cloud service. (Also Mac OS X, Lion.)
    Michelle Steiner, May 31, 2011
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  2. Jeffrey Goldberg, May 31, 2011
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  3. Michelle Steiner

    Alan Browne Guest

    If Numbers had a couple features like "solve" it would be up to Excel or
    Lotus 123 in 1995.
    Alan Browne, May 31, 2011
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