Apple is working to bring Pages to the iPhone, as claimed in this fresh collection of blurry beta test images from our tipster. (More pics after the jump).

Making the app available across its family of devices clearly makes a lot of sense for the company.

After all, if you think about it, while iWork may orginally have been introduced as an alternative to Microsoft Office, Google’s actions since that point and the movement of the industry into the cloud predicate an available everywhere model for Apple’s creative apps.

Me? I’d like to see Logic Mobile, GarageBand Express and Final Cut Mobo make it to the iPhone. One day they will, after all, so why not now?

 

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