Apple's real-time collaboration feature remains in beta.
It allows users to edit presentations, documents or spreadsheets with others at the same time across i OS, mac OS and web.
2) Launch Pages, Numbers and Keynote, then quit each app.
3) Launch the Mac App Store, and go to the Updates tab. You should now be able to update the i Work ’09 versions of Pages, Numbers and Keynote to the latest versions. 5) Once you’ve updated each app, the i Work ’09 trials will have been deleted.
The oldest application in i Work is Keynote, first released as a standalone application in 2003.
Pages was released with the first i Work release in 2005; Numbers was added in 2007 with the release of i Work '08.
Better yet, each app will be permanently associated with your account under the Purchases tab.
If you want to get the i Work apps for free on an older Mac, you might want to get hopping on this trick: It doesn’t seem likely Apple intends the i Work ’09 trial to be used in this way.
Available as an over the air download and via your desktop computer, the latest i OS update brings with it a host of compelling new bells and whistles, including a feature and a completely new APFS file system.
Apple today updated its i Work apps for i OS devices, Numbers, Pages, and Keynote, to version 3.1, introducing a range of new features and improvements in each app.
Pages, Apple's word processing app, has gained new text formatting options, bookmarks to link sections of a document, support for equations, Touch ID support for password protected documents, and more.
It includes Keynote, a presentation program; the word processing and desktop publishing application Pages; It is generally viewed as a prosumer office suite targeted at home and small business users, with fewer features than competitors such as Microsoft's Office for Mac and the open source Libre Office project (and indeed its own earlier versions), but has a simpler user interface, strong touchscreen support and built-in links with Apple's i Cloud document-hosting service and its Aperture and i Photo image management applications.
Apple's design goals in creating i Work have been to allow Mac users to easily create attractive documents and spreadsheets, making use of mac OS's extensive font library, integrated spelling checker, sophisticated graphics APIs and its Apple Script automation framework.