After launching beta for developers, Apple has released a beta upgrade of their suite of iWork iOS apps to developers. This updated iWork package – with Pages, Keynote, and Numbers – allows developers to begin a document on their iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch and view on their other devices – in addition to the portal. This might even be’s successor, but we will have to wait and see what Apple does with the new feature. Of course, this new suite ties directly into Apple’s Documents in the Cloud feature. In addition, Apple announced iCloud storage pricing today, something that heavy iWork users will want to look into.

In addition, as you can see in the screenshot above, Apple released an updated version of iPhoto – which will replace Apple’s current public release for users – that tied in with the iCloud Photo Steam service. For those wondering, Apple will thankfully not count Photo Stream storage against the overall tally.

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