iWork Topic


With the availability of iLife '09 commencing today from Apple and several Apple authorized resellers, Apple has updated the status of the Mac Box Set from 'Ships: January' to 'Ships: Within 24hrs'.  With the Mac Box Set, buyers can get iLife '09, iWork '09, and Mac OS X Leopard, in a single box. 


In a post over at The Apple Blog titled the 'Pleasure of Productivity', Liam Cassidy, a self described switcher describes his migration from Microsoft Office to Apple's iWork suite of productivity applications that includes Pages, Keynote, and Numbers.


At the 2009 Macworld Conference & Expo Apple introduced iWork '09, the latest version of the office productivity suite for Macs including new features and a new online document sharing service at iWork.com.


In an August 9th, 2007 blog post at ZDNet, Phil Windley states that he'll be using Apple's new Numbers application because it's "much more usable than Microsoft’s Excel".


Alongside its Mac and iLife '08 releases on Tueday August 7, 2007 Apple released a significant upgrade to the iWork productivity software suite by adding a new spreadsheet applicaton called "Numbers" and also released new versions of Pages and Keynote.  The suite is now a more comprehensive collection of applications and offers an alternative to Microsoft Office for Mac.


On Thursday September 28, 2006, Apple Computer released software updates for each application in the company's iLife '06 and iWork '06 software suites.  The updates add compatibility for Aperture 1.5, Apple's latest version of the  post-production photography application.