“With Pages, Keynote and Numbers you can create beautifully formatted documents, stunning presentations with animations and transitions, and spreadsheets with charts, functions and formulas,” says Apple. “While they’re simple and easy to use, they’re also the most powerful productivity apps ever built for a mobile device.”
These apps have been completely redesigned for the iPad, so they aren’t the full desktop functionality, but they essentially commit the same power and features the original iWork has. The iWork for iPad apps are $9.99 each—a cheap buy compared to the Mac OS version of the suite, which sells for $99 for all three—and will be available at the iTunes App Store. It’s also quite nice that the three productivity programs are sold separately, so those folks who try to avoid spreadsheets can continue avoiding them.