The latest versions of Apple’s Pages all offer easy table-of-contents creation. Here’s how to make them and why you might want to, even if you’re not publishing a book.
Maintenance updates bring new features to the recently upgraded iWork app suite. (Free, various sizes)
Following closely upon the release of the new iPad Air and iPad mini, Apple’s latest iWork update brings the productivity suite’s iOS apps closer to parity with their Mac siblings.
Pages update brings capability to publish directly to Apple Books. (Free, various sizes)
The iWork apps gain support for Dark mode, Continuity Camera, and audio in documents. (Free, various sizes)
Linked text boxes disappeared from Apple’s Pages in 2013, but after years of wandering in the wilderness, the powerful layout feature has returned better than ever.
Maintenance updates with new options for formatting the look of charts in all three of the iWork apps. (Free, various sizes)
The iPad versions of Pages, Numbers, and Keynote gain Apple Pencil support for drawing and writing, along with Smart Annotations. Also, Pages has new ebook creation features.