Apple’s iWork productivity suite, which has already migrated from the Mac to the iPad, may be moving to the iPhone next. Apple’s online store in the U.K. offers up the hint in the Web site’s description of AppleCare for the iPhone.
Among the features includes with AppleCare for the iPhone, the Web site lists “Using iWork for iPhone and other Apple-branded iPhone apps.”
Apple’s iWork suite includes Pages, Keynote and Numbers. When Apple released the iPad multimedia tablet, it also rolled out version of the apps designed just for the device’s touch interface.
Since Apple has already figured out how to build versions of the apps for the iPad’s touch interface, it’s possible versions for the iPhone are on the way. Scaling the document layout, presentation and spreadsheet apps down for the smaller iPhone screen, however, could be a bit of a challenge.
Apple hasn’t officially announced iWork for the iPhone.
[Thanks to Mobiture for the heads up.]