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Apple announced last October that its iWork suite would be free for new iPhone, iPad and Mac buyers -- but not for existing owners. But as one Australian buyer discovered, Apple's advertising of the products as "free" in some contexts means you might be able to score a free copy under Australian consumer law even with an older device.


Last month, Apple introduced a new version of the iWork suite of office productivity apps and announced that all new Mac and iOS devices will receive it for free. If you're not purchasing a new Mac but have upgraded to the Mavericks, you can still get in on the action with a simple hack.


iOS: Apple's presentation, word processing and spreadsheet apps — Keynote, Pages and Numbers — previously available for Mac and iPad, can now be downloaded to your iPhone and/or iPod touch. And if you already own iWork for iPad, it's a free upgrade to the new universal app.