Apple Plans to Launch iWork ’09 in an Online Format

As Macworld 2009 approaches, speculation is rampant about what new developments Apple might unveil.

A recent buzz from 9to5 Mac hints at a possible major update for Apple’s iWork suite, suggesting it could transition to a cloud-based service.

iWork, which includes Pages, Keynote, and Numbers, could follow in the footsteps of Apple’s earlier cloud services like MobileMe, enhancing its integration with these applications.

Cloud-based office solutions are not new, with services like Google Docs, Zoho Office, and Microsoft already in the market.

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