Apple has updated iWork, iMovie, GarageBand, Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro to support macOS 11 Big Sur and Apple M1-powered Macs. Here are all the details on this.
Apple has updated Pages, Number, and Keynote apps for iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 with new features. Here are all the details on this.
Apple today released newly updated versions of its popular iWork apps. Available for both iPhone and iPad, those updates can be downloaded from the App Store for free now.
Likely in relation to the new iPad Air and iPad mini updates that include support for Apple Pencil, Apple has also announced that its iWork suite of apps will also receive their own updates next week including, you guessed it, enhanced Apple Pencil support.
It's been a big ten days or so for Apple, with new iPhones, new Apple Watch and updated Apple TV being announced, but there is also new software to enjoy. The iOS 11 release is literally hours old at this point, and Apple is hard at work getting all of its ducks in a row for that right now.
You can now download iMovie, Numbers, Keynote, Pages, and GarageBand apps for both the macOS and iOS platforms for free on both old and new iPhone, iPad or Mac.
With iOS 10 now available to everyone who wants to download and install it, you could be forgiven for not realizing that there are a lot of apps being released with iOS 10 support baked in.
iWork for iCloud is now open for everyone to use, even those with an Android smartphone or tablet. With no Apple device requirement to access these apps, the company is now looking to throw in its productivity apps right in there with the rest of the competition. More details to follow right after the jump.
Apple has updated its iWork suite of apps with a bunch of new features for both OS X Yosemite and iOS 8. The complete set of changes along with direct download links can be found right here.
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.