WWDC 2010: iWork suite of apps headed to iPhone 4?

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A hastily pulled screenshot on Apple’s iPhone 4 webpage seems to reveal that the iWork suite of productivity apps may be heading to the Cupertino king’s latest smartphone.

Originally shown on the iPhone 4’s “Features” page, the screen shot showed an “Open in Keynote” button, referring to the iWork presentations app currently only available for the iPad. The picture was soon replaced with a similar one that instead showed an “Open in iBooks” button, a feature Steve Jobs revealed in his iPhone 4 demo.

The Keynote app currently sits alongside Numbers and Pages on the iPad, the tablet’s productivity apps that sell for £5.99 each.

So is the iWork suite headed to iPhone 4? Jobs did say that there were over 100 new features for iPhone 4 and that he’d only get to demo a few, though you’d think this would be one of them. It may of course just be a simple mistake, and while the Retina display may boost the pixel count by 4x, the iPhone 4 screen is still a little on the small side in terms of getting any real work done on it.

Gerald Lynch
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