iWork, which is the name for Apple’s productivity suite that includes the Pages word processor, the Numbers spreadsheet app and the Keynote presentation software, is about to get an update to make your Apple Pencil more useful.

This was announced briefly in today’s press release from Apple announcing the new 10.5-inch iPad Air and the 7.9-inch iPad mini 5.

Apple today announced an upcoming update to iWork for iOS, available next week, with enhanced integration of Apple Pencil including new animation options in Keynote that let users draw an animation path for any object and an all-new user interface that enables easy implementation of build effects, including move, rotate and scale.

Apple has been updating Pages, Keynote and Numbers on a more or less consistent basis. An update in January brought basic Apple Pencil support in the iWork apps allowing you to select things and scroll with your stylus.

The upcoming update will now bring enhanced integration, and that’s a good thing. Even though Apple isn’t saying much about the upcoming features, it’s a safe bet that the apps will gain support for the double-tap action on Apple Pencil 2, as well as drawing shapes with tilt and pressure sensing.