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Apple’s Plans for iWork

Apple's done something it's almost never done before: quell the rising tide of people unhappy with the latest versions of iWork apps for OS X with this article: About the new iWork for Mac: Features and compatibility.

More of the backstory on the backlash can be found here.

In rewriting these applications, some features from iWork ’09 were not available for the initial release. 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.

Some features in upcoming releases in the next 6 months

Wow. Virtually unprecedented for Apple.

2 Responses to "Apple’s Plans for iWork"

  1. I'm guessing they did this to avoid backlash similar to what they got with iMovie '08 and Final Cut Pro X.

    1. Randy Walker said on November 6, 2013:

      I'm guessing they did this to avoid backlash similar to what they got with iMovie '08 and Final Cut Pro X.

      I'd agree. I'm just glad they're moving in the right direction in terms of communication.


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