A new article from the Wall Street Journal highlights how Apple is planning to integrate its Apple Office equipment into the company’s iWork suite of applications.
The article notes that Apple’s plan is to integrate the equipment into its iCloud cloud-based document management platform.
This could be a big deal for users of Apple’s Office suite who have found it difficult to keep up with the pace of their work, particularly in a world where computers are increasingly getting smaller and smaller.
According to the article, Apple will be releasing new versions of its iWork applications, including a new version called iWork Pro.
This new version will be available to users of all versions of iWork, including the free version.
The new iWork software will include a new document viewer and a new workflow editor, the article states.
According the article that the article will be released on June 18, Apple plans to release a new desktop version of the iWork application that will include the new document viewers and new workflow editors.
It will also include an update to iWork’s Mac app, and a tool called iPhoto Pro that allows users to edit photos and videos.
Apple also recently announced the introduction of iPhoto, a new image-editing program that can create an enhanced photo-editable version of a photo or video file.
Apple also said it plans to offer new versions and enhancements to its iCloud file-hosting platform.
Apple’s iCloud platform is currently being used by Apple users to store their files, including photos and video.
The company said in May that the iCloud-based system will be extended to include the ability to share files with iCloud.