Apple's Productivity Goal: Making Improvement to iWork '13

November 6th, 2013  |  By Emily Goldspink

Consumers have been disappointed with Apple’s performance ever since their October 22 event, where many rumored and improved products and gadgets had not been released. On Wednesday however, Apple Inc. posted a support document that stated new features that would appear in the company’s productivity programming within the next six months.




Apple’s primary improvement to please consumers will be to upgrade iWork ’09 (which includes iMovie, iPhoto, GarageBand, iCloud, Pages, Numbers, and Keynote) with brand new features – as well as improvements to AppleScript – occurring within their next few releases. Some of these improvements will include AppleScript support for Numbers and Keynote, as well as additional display options in Keynote, upgraded hotkeys for styles in Pages, and more. 


It is unsure whether or not these featured upgrades will return every missing feature that has been unavailable if you’ve been upgrading iWork ’09 manually. However, iWork ’13 is the next step for Apple to achieve their current goal, which is to make their consumers productive iMac users.



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