You will find some template items with the name Page ‐ (1 through 10, 12 through 20, and 31). When you click the template icon it will show a little icon that says Page ‐(1-10) and then let you select that template. Add pages to Apple's Pages for iCloud app for free You are free to add pages to a Pages iCloud document after you sign up on the iPhone app page here. After signing in your iCloud document will show up in your local iCloud document library. From here you can add pages on and edit them as you want. There are templates available that match your document. Tap the ‐‐ and choose the template of pages you need, and then tap the check mark for the template. Tap the ‐‐ sign at the top left of the window and choose the page you want to add. A preview will appear with a blue check mark indicating the page is added. You can use the page number or page size you copied to the text box at the top right of the menu bar to add pages to your document. The image below is the page from my iPhone document that has been added, but I have two pages in a row. When you want to move your text to another page, tap the “Next Page” button. If the number of pages is less than the number of pages in the document, all numbers will appear as a single line. The “next page” button opens for the current page. Page layout documents also have templates that will match the structure of your document. When you place a paper outline on a page, the outline will expand to fill the page. It will go along with the page layout elements and the page layout can be deleted and re-entered from this template. Pages for iCloud will add blank page templates automatically when you create a new document. You can choose to delete templates and re-add from a template by using the plus sign by the page templates icon. If you prefer to print your iPhone documents to PDF, you have the option to view the page layout using the iCloud print function.