They're small, they're powerful, and they're finally here. Pages, Numbers, and Keynote for the iPhone are packed with features, proving just how extensive pocket-size productivity can be. They also prove that it can be a real pain in the ass to do work on your phone. »
What is it?
It was October 2003 and Steve Jobs was on stage for a special worldwide simulcast keynote speech about iTunes. About four minutes into the presentation, he said something that made my pounding heart sink to my burning stomach. »
Included version 1.2 updates for each $10 app: Keynote-to-PowerPoint format export, extra presentation animations and Keynote to MobileMe iDisk support; Numbers spreadsheets convertable to Excel format; and Pages allows for displayed word count and .txt opening support. Plus more! »
Don't have an approved Apple device to watch today's keynote? We've got you covered. Gizmodo and Livestream are restreaming the keynote right to your Flash-enabled browser. It's like you're really using a Mac! [Live.Gizmodo.com] »
iPad supports manual file transfers through iTunes. However, at this moment, it doesn't work as smoothly as you would expect. »
Flash an exotic prototype, then—Presto!—get people to buy your more boring stuff. That kind of thinking still rules at most electronics companies. Apple under Steve Jobs only shows off actual products. The difference? Apple's arcane secret to success. »