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Apple rolls out minor updates to iWork apps

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Apple has updated its iWork suite of Pages, Numbers, and Keynote to version 14.0, bringing some minor changes to its productivity software.

All three apps have received identical upgrades for the iPad, iPhone, and Mac.

New streamlined in-app notifications inform users when a person joins in on a collaborative document, making it easy to know who is working with you and when.

Users can press and hold the Command key to select noncontiguous words, sentences, or paragraphs. This works on both Mac and iPad, provided the iPad has a connected keyboard and trackpad or mouse.

The productivity suite also preserves file format and full quality when adding HEIC photos taken on an iPhone or iPad.

Apple also notes that the apps have received additional behind-the-scenes stability and performance improvements.

The new versions of the iWork apps require macOS Ventura 13.0, iOS 16.0 or iPadOS 16.0 and later. They are also compatible with visionOS 1.0.

Previously, Apple updated iWork in September 2023. That update brought support for the USDZ format.