Reviews and experiences on the iWork suite

ThatsMeRight

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Me, as a foreign person (not living the USA), wants to know how you guys feel about the iWork suite? How does it work? Is it nice to work with? Can you use - for example "Pages" - as a word processor (possibly with a physical keyboard) or isn't it good enough for that?

Let you hear your self!
 

Revelation78

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You'll get a warning from the mods for bumping threads - not allowed my friend.

On to your question...

The iWork suite work really well, and yes if you have a Bluetooth keyboard or the keyboard dock you'll be just fine.
 

ThatsMeRight

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You'll get a warning from the mods for bumping threads - not allowed my friend.

On to your question...

The iWork suite work really well, and yes if you have a Bluetooth keyboard or the keyboard dock you'll be just fine.
Sorry for bumping, but it was almost on the next page already ;)

Nice to hear it works really well, and I'm already aware of the fact that you can use a keyboard but I mean is it nice to make documents on the iPad? Can you use it to just make normal documents like on a computer (in combination with the keyboard)? :p
 

ThatsMeRight

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Yes, I would suggest you take a look at Apple's videos on the iPad -remarkable really.
Yea, it seems great on Apple's website but I want to know how user experiences are. Let's say you get an assignment on school: you have to make a report on, for example, the respiratory system. Can you just make this very easy on the iPad (and for the long typing using the keyboard)?
 

Revelation78

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Yea, it seems great on Apple's website but I want to know how user experiences are. Let's say you get an assignment on school: you have to make a report on, for example, the respiratory system. Can you just make this very easy on the iPad (and for the long typing using the keyboard)?

Yes you can, if you're going to be doing a lot of typing, I would recommend a physical keyboard. Don't get me wrong I like the virtual one and I can type pretty fast and accurately already - however for long typing sessions I would resort to being a touch-typist.