Given that both the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are larger, of higher resolution and offer better keyboard functionality than any previous Apple handset, it stands to reason that productivity will also improve. Folks considering the iWork suite, for example, to be a non-starter on the stuffy iPhone 5s canvas will be able to get their fill one of the newer models, and as per an Apple training document, both the 64GB and 128GB models of each new iPhone will get iWork and iLife apps installed as standard.
The new and updated iWork and iLife apps for iOS and Mac are now live in the App Store and Mac App Store, respectively, and are now available to download. More details and direct download links can be found right here.
Apple and technology fans alike are highly anticipating the introduction of the new iPad lineup at tomorrow's Apple media event. The tagline of the official event invitation suggests that Tim Cook and his team has a lot to talk about, with the update to the official Apple website giving more than a little indication what the company's iLife and iWork range of iOS apps will feature on the agenda at some point.
Apple, at their Back to the Mac event today, has officially announced iLife ‘11. Here is everything you need to know about the all new iLife ‘11 for OS X.