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iCreate No. 199

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
Idioma:
English
Editor:
Future Publishing Ltd
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“we’ve tapped into the best, little-known, rarely-exploited secrets of your devices”

However well you think you know your Mac or iOS device – well you should do, you spend enough hours using them – there are undoubtedly ways in which their efficiency can be improved. Maybe you spend unnecessarily long amounts of time performing the same tasks, or maybe you’ve never delved into the far-flung corners of your Settings or System Preferences to discover what hidden options may lurk to enhance the performance of your device to better suit your needs? This is why we have tapped into the best, little-known, rarely-exploited secrets of your devices to being you the 50 Best Apple Hacks for Mac and iOS. Also in this issue we assist you in taming your email inboxes once and for all with the ultimate Mail Masterclass and, as usual,…

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meet the experts

David Crookes This month our iOS expert dissects the recent iOS 12.2 update to uncover the best new features, including how to monitor the air quality in Maps and schedule your downtime. Shaun McGill Tech expert Shaun has hand-picked 50 of the very best Mac and iOS hacks – the hidden settings, options and features that help you unleash the true power of your Apple tech. George Cairns This issue, our creative expert demonstrates how to edit your iMovie footage in layers and exploit lens distortion for the benefit of your projects in Final Cut Pro. Facebook iCreateMagazine Twitter @iCreateMagazine Instagram icreate_mag Email icreate@futurenet.com…

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apple facing battle over parental control apps

A New York Times report has claimed Apple has removed direct rivals to Screen Time – a new feature of iOS 12 that lets you know how much time you and your kids spend on apps, websites and much more. The app, which is already proving very popular, helps you make more informed decisions about how you use your devices. It also helps you set time and usage limits if you’d like to – something parents are certainly getting onboard with. Apple has been making all the right noises about cutting the amount of time young people spend on mobile devices; even CEO Tim Cook has said publicly that his company has a moral responsibility to cut screen time. Screen Time goes some way to show that Apple is taking this…

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5 things we learned this month

Apple recalls certain AC wall plug adapters Wall plug adapters that shipped with Mac and certain iOS devices in the UK, Hong Kong and Singapore between 2003 and 2010 can be voluntarily returned as part of a new exchange program. In a statement, Apple says: “In very rare cases, affected Apple three-prong wall plug adapters may break and create a risk of electrical shock if touched.” The affected three-prong plug adapter is white, with no letters on the inside slot where it attaches to the main Apple power adapter. They were also included in the Apple World Travel Adapter Kit. If you have one, you should visit apple.com/uk/support/ three-prong-ac-wall-plug-adapter for details about how to exchange them for brand-new adapters. Is iTunes about to be broken up? iTunes WWDC 2019, Apple’s big developer conference,…

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50 best mac & ios hacks

The word ‘hack’ suggests that you need programming skills or in-depth knowledge of an operating system to change it to work for your specific needs, but this is not the case. A hack can be anything from going deep and building a small app to using your iPhone or Mac in a different way to what would normally be expected. macOS and iOS contain a number of features that will allow you to take advantage of what is available and to use each to the best of your ability. The fact that these features are not always obvious should not stop you from utilising them and, even better, the vast majority take a second to learn in order to gain massive time-savings and usability benefits in the future. Here we will…

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make macos and ios devices usable

Accessibility can make all the difference for those who need assistance to use a phone or computer and there is little doubt that Apple has led the way in this area. The inclusivity of the options available is staggering and should be applauded by everyone. 1 See everything When you go to System Preferences> Accessibility>Display you can invert the colours or use greyscale to completely change the look of macOS. The inversion of the colours in particular offers dramatic visual improvements for those who need such assistance and can make a Mac much more usable. 2 A handy voice The ‘VoiceOver’ feature will talk you through what is happening onscreen at any time and it also gives you the ability to control everything through the keyboard alone. If a mouse or the trackpad is…

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