Good news document fans! iPhone 4 looks to set to get its very own version of iWork. We previously saw a hint that iWork for iPhone was on the way in an iPhone 4 screenshot that slipped out on launch day promising an “Open in Keynote” option for email attachments in iOS 4. But now Apple has actually named iWork for iPhone on the iPhone 4 order page. Is it a careless slip before an official unveiling or just a typo?

Head to the Apple Store online to grab iPhone 4, select learn more under the section touting AppleCare and you’ll see iWork touted as one of the apps you can get help through Apple’s software support service: “Using iWork for iPhone and other Apple-branded iPhone apps.”

Now that could just be an error – we’ve already got iWork for iPad – but it seems unlikely that anyone would have such a major slip of the fingers. Coupled with the previous hint, we’re pretty certain that Apple is gearing up to unleash iWork for iPhone for the iPhone 4 and other devices packing iOS 4.

But how much would you be willing to pay for iWork for iPhone? Keynote, Numbers and Pages for the iPad currently go for £5.99 each. Would you be angling for a price cut to plonk iWork on your iPhone? And even with sharpness of the iPhone 4 Retina Display, can you really see yourself pouring over spreadsheets or long documents on it? Let us know business-minded iPhone 4 fans…

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