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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.

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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.

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Both of Apple’s major operating systems – iOS for mobile and OS X for Mac – have been the subject of heavy updates these past couple of months. The introduction of iOS 7 and OS X Mavericks has meant that many apps, including the iWork family of utilities, have been altered rather significantly. But while some have been pleased with the changes made to the Cupertino company’s famed productivity suite, which consists of Keynote, Numbers and Pages, many of the purists have been bemused with the apparent decision to omit some long-standing key features. As ever, they’ve been inundating the Support Forums with their complaints, to the point at which Apple has now announced some of the important features and changes to be made to iWork in the near future.

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This year, Microsoft has been working hard to make its Office productivity suite more widely accessible, and Apple has responded by doing likewise with iWork. The iOS and Mac versions of iWork – which comprises of Pages, Keynote and Numbers – are now essentially free of charge, to those who recently bought a new iOS device or a Mac. But now, it has emerged that thanks to a bug with the Mac App Store, many of those running the trial version have been able to upgrade to the full, no-holds-barred version for absolutely nothing, and the same goes for iLife and Aperture.

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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.

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Today has been a reasonably busy day for Apple, and among all of the new hardware and exciting products, the Cupertino, Calif.-based company has released updated version of its iWork and iLife apps for both iOS and OS X, covering iMovie, iPhoto, GarageBand, Keynote, Numbers and Pages. Although Apple has been doing its utmost to promote its in-house range of apps in recent times – no less by making them free to those picking up an iOS 7-enabled device – the apps themselves have felt as though they’ve been caught in a time warp, but with newly-designed icons, cleaner UI and plenty of features besides, Apple’s famed work and play suites now look very much in-keeping with the recently-released iOS 7 and OS X Mavericks.

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Today, Apple will be making some pretty significant announcements at their special media event, with the iPad 5 and Retina iPad mini both expected to be showcased alongside a number of other products and services. It mightn’t always be the case that Apple events are streamed online for all to see, but thankfully, those looking to follow the action in its entirety can do so via live stream.

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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.

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There had been one or two rumors floating about that Apple’s iWork Suite, along with iLife, would be going free. Leaks of app information pages seemed to corroborate this notion, and today, Apple has announced that iWork, iPhoto and iMovie will be free of charge.

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It seems that Apple is well and truly embracing the beta testing spirit at the moment. Having to internally handle all those pre-release bundles and keeping everything in check is clearly proving too easy for the Apple whizzes as they have now opened up the iWork for iCloud beta to any productivity loving individual who happens to have a valid Apple ID.

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Cloud-based productivity apps have long since been seen as the naturally progressive route of the industry, with Microsoft’s Office 365 having enjoyed a relatively successful launch since first hitting the scene earlier this year. Given how Apple’s flagship cloud service has quickly established itself as a secure, reliable and popular service, it was only a matter of time before iCloud and iWork joined forces in offering another dose of collaborative cloud fare, and the iWork for iCloud beta implementation has just begun rolling out to non-developers.

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Over the last few years, both home and business users have felt the need to edit their office documents on the go, without resorting to local software. Many solutions have shun as winners providing this; Apple is now stepping up to the plate and bringing its iWork suite to the Web, under the form of iWork for iCloud.

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