Apple’s iWork will be out for iPad and iPhone in 2017
Apple is going to start rolling out iWork for iPad in the first half of 2017, the company announced in a blog post on Tuesday.
The new version will be available on the iPhone 5, iPad Air 2, and iPad Mini 3.
Apple has been working on iWork since 2009, and the software has been out for years for Mac and PC users.
Apple says the new version of iWork on the iPad will be “more powerful, more flexible, and more flexible for iPad than any version of the software it has ever released.” iWork is now available on Mac, Linux, Windows, and other operating systems.
Apple also said that the new iPad will offer more options for editing and working with documents.
Apple’s post said that while it would be possible to edit iWork documents on the Mac or other Macs, it would only be possible on the new versions of iShare.
“iShare has become the best place for editing documents, but it is not perfect,” Apple wrote.
“We’ve worked to make the experience better on the iShare desktop.”
Apple says the iPad version will also be the first to support a new file type called OmniFocus.
Apple has been using OmniFocus for a long time, and Apple says that it is a “premium” feature that will be part of the next version of Apple’s iPad.
Apple hasn’t said when it will make OmniFocus available on other Mac and iOS devices.
Apple says OmniFocus will work with other file types, such as PDF, Word, and Excel.
“The new iPad OmniFocus has a brand new interface, and will bring more powerful editing and collaboration tools for your files and documents,” Apple said.
“You’ll also be able to share your documents with the world.”
Apple says OmniLens will be included in the iPad OmniLens, which will allow users to capture images of documents and annotate them using annotations on the device itself.
Apple is also announcing new iCloud Drive support for documents.
iCloud Drive is the most popular cloud storage service for storing documents.
You can sync your documents between your Mac and your iPad, Mac and iPad, and iCloud Drive.
The iPad OmniShare document sync feature lets you save files to iCloud Drive, as well as between your iPad and iPad and between iCloud Drive and your Mac.
Apple also said it will begin shipping its iPad Pro with an improved display.