Apple wants to help you work with others.
The iPhone maker has added real-time collaboration to iWork, its suite of productivity apps, the company announced at its event on Wednesday in San Francisco.
First released in 2005, Apple’s iWork includes the presentation program Keynote, word processing app Pages and spreadsheet app Numbers. Think Microsoft PowerPoint, Word and Excel.
“iWork is all about making beautiful and engaging documents,” said Susan Prescott, Apple’s vice president of product management and marketing. “For people who want the power of iWork, there is just not a great way to work with colleagues or classmates to work together.” Read more…More about Business, Apps And Software, Iphone 7, Apple Ipad, and Apple Iwork
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