Another exciting Apple rumour but this time there are screenshots. It appears that its iWork productivity software, which was ‘app-etised’ for the iPad, is now being readied for an iPhone version.
Screenshots from 9to5mac.com appear to show the iWork suite, including Pages and Numbers, working on an iPhone handset but these have not been confirmed 100pc as authentic.
If the screenshots are real it will mean that iPhone users will be able to create and edit documents, write reports, create and add pie charts and pull in existing Apple templates from Pages.
The screenshots are on an iPod touch and show the ability to export documents as .doc Word files, as well as in Pages and PDF format and these documents can be sent via email, shared via iWork.com or exported.