Apple has updated Pages, Number, and Keynote apps for iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 with new features. Here are all the details on this.
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.
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While Microsoft has been extremely busy over the past twelve months in developing and announcing new features and additions to its software roster, many were anxiously wondering when the Redmond outfit intended to whet the appetites of the gizmo-loving faithful with some new hardware, and yesterday at the rather unorthodox MSFT gathering, the software maker delivered with aplomb by announcing a unique device which not only threatens the future of the struggling ultrabook market, but also lights the proverbial blue touch paper at the tablet market, which currently only really consists of Apple's iPad.
Did we all enjoy today's Apple event? We know we did. With Apple unveiling a whole new iPhone, refreshed iPods and more iCloud and iOS 5 info, it's been a rather eventful day so far.
Apple has just released an update to their iWork suite. The update brings proper support for new features in OS X Lion which was released to the general public just a few hours ago.
iWork, Apple's productivity suite for Mac and iPad has now made its debut on the iPhone and iPod touch. All three programs: Pages, Numbers and Keynote are available on the smaller devices as of today.
It's taken a few hours, but Apple's website is now home to the video of today's iPad 2 event. Eager viewers can also download the video using the Apple Keynote podcast channel in the iTunes Store.
The International Consumer Electronics Show 2011 (CES) will kick off today, commencing with the keynote address from Steve Ballmer, CEO Microsoft. His keynote like always will be streamed LIVE from Las Vegas on January 5th, 2010 at 6.30 pm PST (Pacific Standard Time), which is 2:30 am GMT. Click here to view what time it will be in your region when Steve delivers his keynote.
iWork suite will probably come to iPhones (maybe an iPhone 4 only exclusive like iMovie?) officially sometime this year. But apparently, an iPhone dev/hacker has already managed to get iPad version of Pages up and running on the higher resolution screen of iPhone 4. According to him, he has managed to do this by hacking the info.plist file in iOS 4 and then resigning it.