"In rewriting these [OS X] applications, some features from iWork '09 were not available for the initial release," Apple said in a support document. "We plan to reintroduce some of these features in the next few releases and will continue to add brand new features on an ongoing basis."
Apple is believed to have dropped the features in the OS X version of the apps to make them more compatible with the iOS versions.
Apple said it plans to restore 18 features in all to Pages (8), Numbers (6) and Keynote (4) on the Mac in the next six months. Among them are customizable toolbars, renewed support for AppleScript workflow automation and page- and [...]
"Ginger is now in beta, and you're invited to join the Ginger pre-release program, which will give you exclusive access to Ginger before it's released to the public," said the company in an email to those who have signed up to try the software.
"You'll be able to share the videos you create using Ginger with anyone, so you can share your story."
However, CNET reports that Adobe is asking people to sign a confidentiality report before testing it and says that the firm has even stopped short of committing to launch the product.
"Adobe is constantly evaluating new ideas and market testing new innovative products," said [...]
Numerous iOS users have complained that the a bug in the apps is causing them to crash and one video even demonstrates how the problem forces one iPhone 5S owner to reboot altogether.
iPhone in Canada reports (via Cult of Mac) that the crash is brought about when users open a document in Pages, Keynote or Numbers and then tap their device’s home button to return to the main menu.
Although some observers may be surprised at seeing the Blue Screen of Death (BSOD), a problem more often associated with Windows devices, on an iOS device, the news itself isn’t overly surprising.
iOS 7 is after all just one week old and Apple will be expected to iron [...]
Well known Apple follower Jim Dalrymple of The Loop, reported on Wednesday that there will be "no iPads" at Apple's upcoming event. The keynote is expected to feature Apple's next-generation iPhones, said to be called the "iPhone 5S" and "iPhone 5C."
There is a clear precedent for iPhone being the focus. Last year, Apple introduced the iPhone 5 at a media event in September and followed that up in October at another media event where it unwrapped the iPad mini and the redesigned 5th generation iPad. That may well be Apple's plan for this year as well.
Instead, American said today that it’s now the first major commercial airline to fully utilize tablets in all cockpits during all phases of flight.
Testing was completed April on American’s Boeing 757 and 767 aircraft and the company secured FAA approval to use the Apple iPad on all of its current fleet types – Boeing 777, 767, 757, 737 and MD-80.
Patrick O’Keeffe, VP of Airline Operations Technology at American discussed how the airline was using iPads and other tablets during his keynote at the Tablet Strategy conference in April.
In today’s announcement, David Campbell, American’s VP of Safety and Operations [...]
Electric Slide launched back in February with the initial promise of allowing users to wirelessly share PowerPoint files, documents and videos via iPad or iPhone or to anyone with a web browser or Apple TV.
With the app having moved onto version 2.0 on Tuesday, Electric Slide (free, iTunes) now also boasts support for Keynote presentations, the ability to zoom when broadcasting presentations and the new File Inbox feature for emailing documents.
The changes will be welcomed by presenters using the app who, in addition to zooming in on a document privately, can upload up to 50MB of files and invite five people to view a presentation for free.
Presenters willing to [...]
The iWork suite is available on Mac and iPad and comprises a number of Office-like applications, with “Pages” for word processing, “Numbers” for spreadsheets and “Keynote” for presentations.
All three apps have had relatively minor upgrades since the launch of the original iPad back in 2009 but could now get a new lease of life if a new report is to be believed.
MacRumors claims that Apple has been hiring staff for the iWork team since February and in all positions from senior software engineers to quality assurance engineers, with the job listing for the latter informing would-be employees that they will work on “the next [...]