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Apple bringing iWork to the iPhone?

updated 06:10 pm EDT, Mon June 7, 2010

iPhone OS shot hints at new functionality

Apple may be preparing to launch its iWork suite on the iPhone. Following the iPhone 4 introduction, the company updated its website with a wide range of interface screenshots. One of the shots showed an attachment prompt asking if the user wants the document to "Open in Keynote."

The image was quickly edited, with the prompt changed to "Open in iBooks," however the e-mail message still makes references to a presentation. It is unclear if the original photo was an accidental slip of an unannounced feature, or a simple typo that went unnoticed.

Apple has yet to disclose plans to bring iWork to the iPhone. The suite was recently added to the App Store for the iPad, with numerous adaptations that take advantage of touch input rather than a cursor and keyboard. The iPhone 4's 960x640 may be a necessary feature for productivity software, such as the mobile iMovie app that allows users to edit HD video captured by the integrated camera. [via iPhoneinCanada]





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