Check out the hottest mobile IT news for Monday 10/14.
During the launch of its new iPhone 5S and 5C, Apple made an announcement to cheer those who use their iPhones for work.
Apple is warning those trying out the iWork for iCloud Beta that some features of iWork documents created on iOS devices or Macs will be removed when they are opened in iWork for iCloud and some will behave differently.
Apple is rolling out iWork for iCloud Beta access to non-developers, indicating the firm is offering the mobile productivity suite to users with a valid Apple ID, according to a report by AppleInsider.
At its annual developers conference this week, Apple unveiled the beta version of its iWork mobile worker productivity suite for the iCloud, which will enable remote access to iWork with the functionality offered in a web client.
Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) will discontinue its iWork.com productivity apps suite on July 31. Moving forward, users who wish to share documents between their computer and iOS-based mobile devices can use
Apple's iWork system of productivity apps--including Keynote, Pages and Numbers--is now available for the iPhone and iPod touch. Initially designed for Apple's Mac computers, Apple brought iWork to
The iPad dominated the headlines over the weekend, and the debate continues on whether it's a good fit for the enterprise. Some industry observers, including Mike Elgan predict the iPad will become