Apple updates its entire office suite for Mac, iOS and iPadOS

Merouan Goumiri

June 27, 2022 at 4:00 p.m.


Apple logo © © Unsplash / Laurenz Heymann

© Unsplash / Laurenz Heymann

A few days ago, Apple updated its entire suite iWorkincluding software Pages, Numbers and Keynote.

The 12.1 update to Apple’s iWork suite was an opportunity for the Apple brand to integrate new features for Pages, Numbers and Keynote. And good news, this concerns both MacBook users and iPhone and iPad users. Discover all the new features that await you.

Pages, Numbers and Keynote get an update

The Keynote application, which allows you to create and animate presentations, took advantage of this update to welcome new dynamic backgrounds that move when you move from one slide to another. It also receives new animated themes with dynamic backgrounds as well as the option to skip or not all slides in a condensed group. On the other hand, the Numbers application only sees its performance improved when inserting rows and columns in large tables.

Finally, the Pages application, which offers the possibility of creating text documents, has received some new features. Now you can use address merge to quickly create personalized letters, cards, and envelopes for multiple recipients, plus more templates for event invitations and student certificates . Finally, Pages documents can now be exported as TXT files.

As a reminder, Pages, Numbers and Keynote are available for free on the App Store, whether you are on iOS, iPadOS or macOS.

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Source : MacRumors

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