After six months, Apple updates Pages, Keynote and Numbers 12.0 versions

Apple today finally updated its iWork application suite, bringing some new features to Keynote, Numbers and Pages for iPhone, iPad and Mac. Although this is a major version 12.0 update, there are actually only some minor updates that are not painful. Word processing app Pages, for example, can now publish directly to Apple Books in file sizes up to 2GB, and users have more options for placing page numbers and setting font sizes.

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In the latest version of Keynote, users can now magnify slides up to a zoom ratio of up to 400%, and Apple has also added the ability to edit font sizes more precisely, with up to two decimal places.

For Numbers, Apple has brought three new features:

  • Copy snapshots of table cells without formulas, categories or hidden values
  • Edit font size more precisely with up to two decimal places
  • Create formulas with VoiceOver and quickly fill cells with AutoFill

For Pages, Apple is bringing improvements to publishing books with larger file sizes:

  • Publish directly to Apple Books in larger files up to 2 GB
  • Insert page numbers anywhere in your document
  • Edit font size more precisely with up to two decimal places
  • Quickly start writing a new document on your iPhone—just touch and hold the Pages app icon on the home screen
  • Read comments and track changes with VoiceOver

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