Apple shows signs of a new version of iWork at WWDC 2013

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Tuesday, 14 May 2013 12:48

It is less and less time for WWDC 2013 and Apple seems to show his cards. It seems that the Cupertino company will release a new version of iWork, the Apple office suite, after showing new jobs in recent weeks. All these jobs with high priority, seek specialized software engineers in quality control. What innovations will bring the new version of iWork for iOS and OS X?

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Less than a month to the anticipated developer conference Apple held every year, begin to emerge early theories about what might present. After showing the logo and see the tracks alleged that this gives , assumptions begin to become facts. Apparently Apple is preparing a new version of iWork with the latest jobs posted on its corporate website.

Since February of this year Apple has been looking for software engineers to work on the new version of iWork for both iOS devices and OS X. Also available are are reinforced with the last post published on the web where Apple looking for a software engineer specializing in quality control to work on the next generation of desktop, mobile and web applications.

The job reads:

The iWork team is looking for a software engineer quality control work on the next generation of desktop, mobile and applications / web services. This position requires a self-motivated individual with strong problem solving skills that can contribute on a dynamic team environment. Its functions are: to report bugs, planning / design / execution of test cases and ensure successful delivery of a quality product by performing ad hoc daily tests.

How you can see, Apple direct mention in this new version of iWork that besides having applications for Mac and iOS devices, could also have similar web version of Microsoft Office Web App. If true, at last we would have the opportunity to edit documents online from any browser without needing natively installed iWork applications.

iWork for Mac has no deep update since 2009, even after the launch of the first model of Macbook Pro Retina display its graphics were adapted and included the ability to edit documents in full screen mode. Will have to wait until June 10 to see if Apple introduces a new version of iWork but it seems that it is time to see a new version of Pages, Keynote and Numbers. Unofficial'll make a special deployment for live WWDC 2013 with all the news that Apple this.

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