Apple appears set to do something completely different with the release of iOS 7.
It's going to make iWork, its suite of productivity apps, free for users, according to Mark Gurman and Seth Weintraub of 9 to 5 Mac.
iWork is Apple's answer to Microsoft's Office. It's made up of Numbers, which is Apple's version of Excel, Pages which is Apple's version of Word, and Keynote which is Apple's version of PowerPoint.
Right now, those apps are $20 each through the Mac App Store. On iOS, they're $10 each. So, if you're an all-Apple user, then you're paying $90 for the full suite across OS X and iOS.