The office suite from Apple received a minor update a few hours ago, and does not offer anything new for Pages or Numbers and even less for Keynote. We simply note the correction of relatively binding bugs and an improvement in application performance.
Pages, Numbers and Keynote, which are direct competitors of Word, Excel and PowerPoint, thus offer, through their recent update, patches which resolve concerns related to compatibility with documents created with their versions on Microsoft Office.
Pages is now able to open documents created in Word without latency or damage to the information it contains. On the Numbers side, it is much more of a fix that now makes it possible to open spreadsheets in the place where they were saved when they were last modified, without altering the data recorded within it.
Keynote for its part is now able to open slide shows containing more than 10 images without destroying their properties. You will note that each of these three applications is available on the App Store, via this link for Pages, this one for Numbers and the latter for Keynote.