Alongside OS X Mountain Lion today, Apple has unleashed an updated version of iWork (PagesNumbers, and Keynote) that takes advantage of the company’s latest hardware and software technologies. The new version of iWork – which includes Pages, Numbers, and Keynote – has been completely enhanced to work perfectly with the new 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display.

Additionally, this new version of iWork includes iCloud Documents in the Cloud support. That means you can work on an iWork document on your Mac, and pick up your work on an iPad, iPhone or iPod touch. Vice versa as well. The entire document sync process is handled in an intuitive document selection interface. The updated apps are also being teased in the Mac App Store’s new iCloud section:

Apple also touts OS X Mountain Lion’s Dictation features in the new iWork release notes. Keynote 5.2:

The update is currently touted on Apple’s official iWork website, and has begun rolling out to end users through software update. You can find the updates on the App Store here: PagesNumbers, and Keynote.

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