In the recent keynote, Craig stated that there is a new iWork update available for free. However, I haven't been able to find any official documentation about this. I have a DVD version of iWork and I'm trying to figure out whether I'm supposed to be able to get the new version, and if so, how. Here's what I've done so far: On my clean install of Yosemite, I installed iWork from DVD. The App Store did not show any available updates. I then installed the standalone 9.3 update, which appears to be the newest one available for direct download. The App Store then showed three updates (Pages, Numbers and Keynote), but wouldn't download them (gave an error stating that the apps weren't purchased with my Apple ID, which is of course correct). I then rebooted the computer and the updates disappeared. I've seen some forum posts stating that you need to "claim" the apps, but I haven't been able to do this. I've tried setting the primary language to US English as advised in one post, and have copied the apps into /Applications instead of the iWork '09 folder as advised in a different post, but the App Store doesn't offer to add the apps to my account. Am I doing everything correctly? Are DVD versions still supposed to be eligible for updates? Is there some documentation somewhere? Thanks Edit: The updates are showing up again, so I've attached a screenshot of the error. Edit 2: I found a forum post advising using the guest account to update. That didn't work either; it shows no updates available. Also, as many Google searches are returning Hackintosh information, I'm just confirming that I am using a real MacBook Pro.