Apple updates iWork for iOS, iMovie, others

Following today's release of iOS 5, Apple has also updated several of its own apps to include support for iOS 5.

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Following today's release of iOS 5, Apple has also updated several of its own apps to include support for iOS 5. Apps include Pages, Keynote, and Numbers for iOS, iMovie, Find My iPhone, and Remote.

Pages, Keynote, and Numbers for iOS now include enhancements for use with Apple's iCloud syncing service. Now, users can automatically keep their documents and presentations synced between all their devices using iCloud. Users can also download their iOS documents to their Mac or PC via the iWork section of iCloud.

iMovie, now at version 1.2.2, not only provides support for the new iOS 5, but also includes extra support for videos imported with external cameras.

Find My iPhone, now at version 1.3, has added the ability to find your Mac and an option for email notifications when your offline devices go online and are found.

Remote, now at version 2.2, has been updated with general stability and performance enhancements.

As developers continue to work with iOS 5, expect most of your apps to get stability and compatibility updates. To take advantage of these updates, plug your iPhone into your computer and download the iOS 5 update.

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