-full wp-image-3029″ /> Apple iwork – a software that was on free trial for its users is now dragged out of it. Apple has also removed the Numbers, Pages, Keynote and Aperture and the reason being that the trial versions no longer supports the device. The updated versions that are compatible with the device are made available at the Mac App stores for the customers to buy them.
Mac App stores offer the retail version of Apple iwork applications at the modest price of $20.99 each and Aperture at $84.99. Apple never allows trial or demo of its applications in terms of iOS App Store. On the contrary, Apple iwork allows its users to post demos, trials, videos, hi-tech software on its official website that would help users to know the product in better fashion. However, Mac would not disappoint its users completely and hence it will feature limited trials for users to check but you won’t be able to save or print this version.
The decision may be not the abrupt one but is indeed disappointing. As users won’t be able to get free trial of the applications before they make their mind to buy them. But users can still have an option of claiming for refund, if the application doesn’t serve their purpose. The saying, ‘every cloud has silver lining’ goes well here it seems.