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Apple updates Pages, Numbers, Keynote for macOS Monterey, iPadOS 15, iOS15

Apple has updated Pages, Numbers, Keynote for macOS Monterey, iPadOS 15, and iOS15. If the free apps don’t update automatically, you can go to the Mac App Store or Apple App Store and update them there.

Here are Apple’s release notes for Pages 11.2:

° Improved book publishing with 2-page spreads, optimized images, and more flexible versioning

° Flexible collaboration allows participants to add others to a shared document

° Instant translation lets you translate selected text in up to 11 languages and add the translation to your document with a click

°  Create new documents from the app icon in the Dock

° Radar charts help you visually compare multiple variables at once to easily show similarities and differences in your dataHere are Apple’s Here are Apple’s release notes for Keynote 11.2:

° Live video makes presentations even more engaging by letting you use the camera in your iPhone or iPad to show yourself on your slidesin a window or full screen

° Multi-presenter slideshows allow participants to take turns controlling a shared presentation from their own device

° New slideshow controls provide easy access to the slide navigator, keyboard shortcuts, live video sources or multi-presenter controls while presenting

° Radar charts help you visually compare multiple variables at once to easily show similarities and differences in your data

° Drag and drop to copy text, images and other items between apps on iPhone with iOS 15

° Flexible collaboration allows participants to add others to a shared presentation with iOS 15 and iPadOS 15

° Instant translation lets you translate selected text in up to 11 languages and add the translation to your presentation with a tap on iOS 15 and iPadOS 15

° Audio graph makes charts accessible to people with vision impairments by playing an audio tone that changes pitch to represent different values. 

Here are Apple’s release notes for Keynote 11.2:

° Live video makes presentations even more engaging by letting you use the camera in your iPhone or iPad to show yourself on your slidesin a window or full screen

° Multi-presenter slideshows allow participants to take turns controlling a shared presentation from their own device

° New slideshow controls provide easy access to the slide navigator, keyboard shortcuts, live video sources or multi-presenter controls while presenting

° Radar charts help you visually compare multiple variables at once to easily show similarities and differences in your data

° Drag and drop to copy text, images and other items between apps on iPhone with iOS 15

° Flexible collaboration allows participants to add others to a shared presentation with iOS 15 and iPadOS 15

° Instant translation lets you translate selected text in up to 11 languages and add the translation to your presentation with a tap on iOS 15 and iPadOS 15

° Audio graph makes charts accessible to people with vision impairments by playing an audio tone that changes pitch to represent different values.

Here are Apple’s release notes for Numbers 11.2:

° Pivot tables provide a powerful and flexible way to view and analyze data

° Create beautifully formatted pivot tables in just a few clicks

° Quickly summarize, group, and rearrange data to explore patterns and trends

° Instantly show data by sum, average, and count or display percentage and running total values

° Add pivot charts to see your data in different ways

° Import and export Excel spreadsheets with pivot tables

° Radar charts help visually compare multiple variables at once to easily show similarities and differences in your data

° Enhanced quick filters help you easily select values to show or hide and improved filters find duplicate entries and unique values in your data

° Flexible collaboration allows participant to add others to a shared spreadsheet

° Instant translation lets you translate selected text in up to 11 languages and add the translation to your spreadsheet with a click

° Create new spreadsheets from the app icon in the Dock

the authorDennis Sellers
Dennis Sellers is the editor/publisher of Apple World Today. He’s been an “Apple journalist” since 1995 (starting with the first big Apple news site, MacCentral). He loves to read, run, play sports, and watch movies.

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