Today Apple has publicly and officially launched versions iOS 10.3, watchOS 3.2, tvOS 10.2 and macOS 10.12.4 Sierra with very interesting new features.
Among the different features that the company has introduced in iOS 10.3, the implementation of Touch ID in office applications Numbers, Pages and Keynote stands out.
Here’s what Apple has added to its productivity apps with the arrival of iOS 10.3.
The Keynote app now allows users to import Keynote 1 presentations, publish presentations to other websites such as WordPress and Medium, replace fonts, and quickly open password-protected presentations using Touch ID on the MacBook Pro 2016 and any iOS device that supports that feature.
Enhancements to Pages include improved text formatting, adding bookmarks, mathematical equation entries with LaTeX or MathML, RTF import/export, regional schedules, time customization, and Touch ID verification for protected documents.
With regard to Numbers , the application adds the ability to implement stock information in the history, a new sample called “My Stocks”, a new editing process for data and formula entries, improvements in text formatting, rich text editing and support for Touch ID functionality on supported devices.
In iOS, all three Apple productivity applications require iOS 10.0 or later. Keynote takes up 695MB, Pages takes up 481MB and Numbers finally takes up 361MB of storage space on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
The three apps cost £9.99 each, however they are included for free in the new devices . So if a user has bought a new Apple mobile device over the last 4 years, they can enjoy the Apple office suite completely free on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.