3 Replies Latest reply: May 1, 2013 6:50 AM by varjak paw
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I am an 18 year old boy who is about to enter college. I plan on using an iPhone 5, iPad mini, and a MacBook Pro so clearly I am a loyal apple customer. However, apple markets the iPad to the on the go worker or student or anyone who needs basically a portable computer. What I want to know is why aren't the iWork apps like keynote, pages, and numbers all preprogrammed like safari? Any windows tablet you buy has some form of word and all other windows business programs preinstalled for free, all I ask is that apple do the same instead of charging their customers $10 an app to get all three productivity apps. I want them to load them with these apps for free, it doesn't make sense for us to pay for them. At the bare minimum install them on the iPad, but really, all apple products should have them installed before purchase. Anyone who supports this answer the question, repost it, anything to get this thought to the public and make apple create a system update with all of the apps installed for free. Thanks for reading guys.


iPad, iOS 6.1.3