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iCreate

iCreate

No. 208

iCreate is the creative magazine for Apple computer users. Made for Mac users by Mac users, it provides sumptuously designed, essential content for Apple aficionados and switchers alike. Featuring in-depth tutorials in iMovie, iPhoto and the rest of the iLife applications as well as iTunes and Mac OS X, it is the magazine no Apple addict can be without. If Apple made a magazine, it would be iCreate. Please note: Digital versions of the magazines do not include the covermount items or supplements that you would find on printed editions.

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United Kingdom
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English
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Future Publishing Ltd
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1 min.
welcome

“No need to splash out on a new device – supercharge your existing ones” However rapid and responsive our Apple devices are fresh from the box, over time they seem to lose their fluidity and become sluggish. When this occurs the more affluent may make haste to an Apple Store for an upgrade, but often there is little need to splash out on a new device – you can supercharge your existing ones. By running through a few simple processes, you can restore your Apple tech to its former glory and in this issue we’ve got all of the tips and tricks you can implement to make your Apple devices great again. Also, if you were the grateful recipient of some spanking new vinyl or cassette music over the holiday season then…

1 min.
meet the experts

David Crookes This issue, our watchOS expert road-tests Heart Analyzer, an app that goes further than Apple’s offering by providing even more detailed reports relating to your cardio health. Shaun McGill This month our tech expert will help you supercharge your Apple devices by outlining all of the tricks you can perform to restore them to their former glory. George Cairns Our creative expert shows you how to add motion blur to your photos, use montage editing techniques in iMovie and enhance your Final Cut projects with FiLMiC Pro. Facebook iCreateMagazine Twitter @iCreateMagazine Instagram icreate_mag Email icreate@futurenet.com…

4 min.
what does apple have in store for us in 2020?

WELCOME TO 2020! A NEW YEAR AND A NEW DECADE FOR ALL US APPLE FANATICS. BUT WHAT WILL THIS YEAR BRING, AND WHAT DOES THE NEAR FUTURE HOLD? We’ve dived deep into our mystic ball to pique your interest in the next 12 months, and look at what Apple’s next big thing is. Let’s start with 2020. The iPhone 12 will be with us in the autumn, and we’re expecting flagship 5G compatibility, four new models and even bigger screen sizes. All displays could be OLED models and the True Depth camera could use a laser to judge depth boosting photographic capabilities. If there’s one thing that could surprise us, that could be a redesign of the iPhone’s shell. The rumours point to a straight-edged display akin to the iconic iPhone…

3 min.
5 things we learned this month

Better smart home devices on the way? Apple news Amazon, Apple, Google and the Zigbee Alliance – a bit more on their importance in a second – announced a new working group that plans to develop and promote the adoption of a new, royalty-free connectivity standard to increase compatibility among smart home products, with security its main cornerstone. The idea is to simplify development for manufacturers and increase compatibility for consumers. So, who are Zigbee Alliance? Well, it includes board members such as IKEA, Legrand, NXP Semiconductors, Resideo, Samsung SmartThings, Schneider Electric, Signify (formerly Philips Lighting), Silicon Labs, Somfy and Wulian. One to keep your eye on this year. New Year’s Day broke App Store records App Store Apple may have treated us to the likes of Apple Arcade and Apple TV+ last…

17 min.
optimise your apple devices

Optimising an Apple device, any Apple device, is easier to do than you may expect despite the continual outspoken articles about the walled garden approach the company takes. This approach aids security, reliability and general usability and when you look you will see countless options that let you tweak your devices in ways that suit the way you use them. From increasing battery performance to speeding up your products to finding shortcuts for more efficient usage, you can make changes in seconds that will benefit you for the life of each of your devices. We will take you through the steps you may want to take to improve your overall experience and in almost every case no technical knowledge is needed at all. By the end of this piece each…

1 min.
long exposure effects

Photo status By default a Live Photo will display a Live icon here when you view it in the Edit workspace. If you place the cursor on this icon it will play the Live Photo. Once you apply an effect to the Live Photo this status label will change to the name of the effect. Slow shutter effect During a long exposure faster moving objects become ghostly smudges. Slower moving objects (such as feet planted on the floor) are more distinct. Static objects (such as the train) are perfectly sharp. Key photo A Live Photo consists of multiple still frames. You can scrub through the frames by sliding the cursor across this filmstrip. Choose the frame that you want to represent the Live Photo as a thumbnail and then click on this label. Long Exposure Click this…