Apple's productivity software suite iWork will be soon available as an iPhone app, if rumours are to be believed.
iWork has so far only been available to Mac and iPad users, but now tech blog 9to5mac.com has released a set of very convincing screenshots showing the iWork application Pages running on an iPhone.
Rumours about the possible release began when Apple used a screenshot in an iPhone presentation that contained the menu option 'Open in keynote'.
Since, then rumours of iWork for the iPhone have been rife in the industry, with Apple news site iPodnn releasing a set of screenshots showing the iWork Pages for iPhone app running on an iPod Touch device.
According to the screenshots posted by 9to5mac.com, the application has the same wooden-toolbar interface, document navigation functions and other functions that are found in the iWork app for Mac and iPad.
The iPhone app is expected to offer a significant addition: the ability to wirelessly sync documents with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch devices.