Apple’s iWork office application suite, which includes Pages, Keynote and Numbers, has been updated to support several new Mountain Lion features.users can now take advantage of iCloud sync directly from the iWork application itself, as well as use dictation. The biggest new feature, perhaps, is that iWork now supports the Retina display on Apple’s new MacBook Pro with Retina display. The update is free for anyone who already owns the aforementioned applications, but each will cost $20 if you’re buying them for the first time.
Perhaps the most interesting piece of information to pull out of this is that Apple’s decision to add Retina display support to iWork suggests the company will continue to upgrade its other computers with new high-resolution Retina displays. The MacBook Air, for example, is expected to get the upgrade at some point. We also wouldn’t be surprised to see Apple upgrade its iMac with the same screen.