One day after releasing Outlook 16 screenshots, the Chinese website cnBeta returned today (Google Translate) with a number of details about the newest version of the suite Office for Mac.
According to some confidential slides obtained by the vehicle, Microsoft has not met the deadline mentioned a few months ago and will only be able to launch the new package in the first half of 2015.
For now called "next Office for Mac", it should come with more personality, a renewed interface (optimized for Retina screens and integrated with OS X Yosemite), a very different Outlook, the addition of the OneNote application, more integration with Office 365 (and OneDrive), among others.
Check out some individual details:
The Word, Excel and PowerPoint applications should be quite if they are not fully equivalent to their versions for Windows, with specific improvements in their toolbars (Ribbon).
The last major update to the Office suite for Mac was 2011, released in late 2010.