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.
Thanks to the recently released Evasi0n untether package, the jailbreak community has become alive with activity. More importantly, the package submissions to the default repositories in Cydia have become more frequent and of a higher quality, meaning that we should see some innovation injected back into the world of jailbreaking. SBCoders, makers of the popular Deck and Aero packages are also back in the public eye with the release of their latest premium package, Pages+.
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.
Facebook today launched the ability to tag Pages in photos, just as people can be tagged already. In a post on Facebook (oddly enough) the company outlined the new feature which it believes will enable people to 'share richer stories'. We at RedmondPie aren't quite sure what they mean by that, but we'll give them the benefit of the doubt on that one.
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.