Apple is issuing some small updates to its iWork suite in the Mac and iOS App Stores. Pages, Keynote and Numbers have been updated to version 9.3 on the Mac, and a 1.7 update is rolling out to the iOS versions.
The only thing Apple has said about the minor 9.3 update on the Mac is that it adds support for the 1.7 versions of the iOS apps. All updates are recommended [Read More...]
iWork could be coming to your web browser.
Apple may be looking to bring iWork document editing to the cloud as it hunts for anÂ iWork Software QA Engineer with a new job listing on its website. Based at Apple’s Cupertino campus, the successful candidate will work on “the next generation of Desktop, Mobile and Web application/services.”
The most interesting part about the job description is of course the last bit: “Web application/services.” [Read More...]
The Wall Street Journal reports that Apple’s vice president of the iWork suite of productivity applications, Roger Rosner, is heading up the development of Apple’s entry into the textbook market. This news comes just shortly before Apple’s education focused event in New York City. Rosner, who is an Apple veteran, currently oversees the development of the Pages, Keynote, and Numbers Mac applications along with heading up the iOS variants of the three Apple productivity applications. Rosner currently works under Apple’s [Read More...]
As Apple’s upcoming education event in New York City draws near, more information is leaking out about what to expect. The latest word on the street is that Apple exec Roger Rosner is in charge of the company’s digital textbooks tools. The Wall Street Journal believes that Apple is set to unveil a new “digital textbook service” Thursday. As the head of iWork at Apple (Pages, Keynote, and Numbers), Rosner has [Read More...]
Apple’s iWork suite of apps for iOS have been updated along with seemingly every other in-house piece of software in Cupertino today, bringing iCloud support to each of Apple’s productivity apps: Numbers, Pages and Keynote. Here’s a complete list of what’s new. Keynote Automatically store your presentations in iCloud and keep them up to date across all your iOS devices. Download your presentations to a Mac or PC at icloud.com/iwork [Read More...]
Apple has seeded iWork beta 4 to developers with added support for iCloud services in iOS 5. Developers can test the iCloud “Documents and Data” service to sync content wirelessly between iWork apps. iOS 5 and iCloud should be unveiled to the public this Tuesday alongside the next iPhone. When iWork is officially updated with iCloud support, users will be able to create a document on one device and have it synced [Read More...]
The iWork suite under Mac OS X 10.7 includes a rather peculiar default option that backs up every files prior version that you are working on, as a separate file in the same folder. Instead of the backups only being accessible from Versions, this spills out into the Finder, where a file called “Document.pages” will also have a “Backup of Document.pages” file stored in [Read More...]
Happy Friday, developers! Apple has seeded iTunes 10.5 beta 8 and iWork beta 3 for iOS in the Developer Center. The update fixes several performance bugs and adds updates to iTunes Match. Apple is nearing the public launch of its iCloud service for customer’s this Fall, and these latest betas continue to move forward with iCloud integration. iTunes 10.5 beta 8 brings with it the ability to back up to iCloud from [Read More...]
A new job application on Apple’s site has put out the call for a new Senior User Interface Designer to rework the iWork suite on both Mac and iOS devices. Not only does the timing of the ad combined with recent updates seem to imply that Apple may not update iWork until next year, but we have to wonder if it also might suggest that Cupertino is planning a Final Cut [Read More...]