Microsoft has updated its Office suite on iOS to make good use of Apple's latest input methods. 3D touch, for example, is now integrated inside the apps to offer Quick actions (peek and pop). This allows apps like Word, Excel and PowerPoint to quickly open up recent documents on launch, among other things.
The other big upgrade to the software is the addition of a new Draw tab within said apps. Its title is pretty self-explanatory – you can use your finger or a stylus to write, draw and annotate text. There is also support for the Apple Pencil on the iPad Pro for a very precise writing experience. Another notable feature in the update office apps is the integration with iOS 9's spotlight search. Documents can now pop up in search results on the fly.
Word, Excel and PowerPoint can be downloaded from the App Store for free, but some of their features do require a subscription to Office 365.
:P Correct. I am still skeptical though about the implementation of true wireless charging. I really hope that this becomes possible someday with more advancements in the technology. So yeah, fingers crossed!
lol they should just devote their R&D to something that deserves to be called wireless.
I seems power banks are for you then with a charging base on top ;) Not sure though whether one exists but they should do until *true* form appears hopefully in the not too distant future.