iWork update brings drawing and book creation to Pages, Numbers and Keynote


iWork update brings drawing, book creation and more to Pages, Numbers and Keynote<br/>Apple Pencil Support Enables Greater Creativity in Documents, Spreadsheets and Presentations on iPad<br/>Apple is updating its <a href="https://www.apple.com/iwork/" target="_blank" target="_blank">iWork</a> suite of productivity apps — Pages, Numbers and Keynote — with new features that make it easy to add more creativity to your documents, spreadsheets and presentations on iPad.
<br/>For the first time, users will be able to draw, sketch or write with Apple Pencil directly in the Pages, Numbers and Keynote apps. With Apple Pencil, advanced yet easy-to-use tools allow all users, from students to professionals, to bring their documents to life with drawings, illustrations, diagrams and more. Apple Pencil can also be used to easily and precisely add color, texture and more to any drawing.
<br/>Smart Annotation, launched today in beta, is an innovative new tool in Pages that allows users to easily give, receive and incorporate feedback in a document using Apple Pencil. With Smart Annotation, comments and proof marks will dynamically anchor to text. And as a user integrates feedback and the document changes, remaining annotations will stay with the text they were attached to.
<br/>“iWork is a powerful suite of apps designed for iPhone, iPad and Mac that is used in classrooms around the world,” said Susan Prescott, Apple’s vice president of Apps Product Marketing. “With Apple Pencil support on iPad, the new Pages, Numbers and Keynote apps now let students bring a whole new level of creativity to their documents, spreadsheets and presentations, while the innovative new Smart Annotation feature gives students the ability to give, receive and incorporate feedback easier than ever before. Students can also use the built-in, real-time collaboration tools available in iWork to explore and learn together.”<br>

<br/>Book creation is now possible in Pages for iOS and macOS, making it easy for anyone to create fun, interactive digital books, from short stories to travel books. Users can start a book using a variety of templates, and then customize it with drawings using iWork’s new drawing tools or with image galleries and videos from their Photos library. Users can collaborate in real time with their classmates or colleagues to create books together on iPad, iPhone, Mac and <a href="https://www.iCloud.com/" target="_blank" target="_blank">iCloud.com</a>. Books can then be shared and will display beautifully in iBooks.
<br/>Additional new features include Presenter Mode in Pages, allowing users to transform their iPad or iPhone into a virtual teleprompter for distraction-free reading. The text can auto scroll at an adjustable speed, and text size, spacing, font and background color are all customizable during text playback. Integration with Box lets users collaborate in real-time in Pages, Numbers and Keynote documents stored in Box.
<br/>Apple also announced today the new 9.7-inch iPad, which supports Apple Pencil, delivers incredible performance for the most demanding tasks and provides access to the more than 1.3 million apps for iPad in the App Store, including the iWork suite of apps. Apple Pencil, available for purchase separately, brings breakthrough levels of precision and utility to iPad.
<br/>Pages, Numbers and Keynote on iOS and Mac are free and come preloaded onto most devices. Today’s updates are available to download on the App Store and Mac App Store.
<br/>Press Contacts<br/>Starlayne Meza,Apple, starlayne_meza@apple.com ,(408) 974-3391<br/>Bill Evans,Apple,bevans@apple.com,(408) 974-0610<br/>Apple Media Helpline,media.help@apple.com,(408) 974-2042<br/>

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