Tecnología y Juegos

iCreate No. 204

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
Future Publishing Ltd
US$ 46,99
13 Números

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1 min.

“They’re the same model of iPhone, just used differently…” Do algorithms exist within our iPhone data that tailor the smoothness of updating the iOS depending on the supposed tech-savviness of the user? My iPhone, that regularly browses tech-related sites and is well used across all of the native apps and features, updated to iOS 13 just fine. My daughter’s on the other hand, that mainly launches social media apps and online shopping sites, didn’t. They’re the same model of iPhone, just used differently, and upon her device becoming what can only be described as right royally buggered up, her first thought was to buy a new iPhone – as luck would have it a whole new range of which has just been launched! Thankfully, super-dad here managed to get her unresponsive,…

1 min.
meet the experts

David Crookes Did you know that you can control your iPhone using just your eyes? This month our resident iOS expert guides you through the process of setting up and using this feature. Shaun McGill This month our tech expert helps you master all of the new apps and features in iOS 13 to help you get the most out of the update and use your devices in new and exciting ways. George Cairns This issue, our creative expert shows you how to improve the composition of your iPhone photos, master iMovie on the move and add heroic speed effects to footage. Facebook iCreateMagazine Twitter @iCreateMagazine Instagram icreate_mag Email icreate@futurenet.com…

4 min.
say hello to iphone 11

THE SMARTPHONE MARKET ISN’T QUITE WHAT IT WAS. The global market has dwindled, and with it the urge to upgrade every 12 to 24 months. Customers are more savvy than ever, preferring to keep handsets for longer – you can easily get three or four years’ life out of a premium smartphone these days – moving onto SIM only contracts or buying devices outright. Major new rivals in the Far East have challenged Apple’s stranglehold on the market too. So, all our eyes were on Apple’s September keynote to see what Tim Cook’s response would be. Would we see a radically different iPhone or would Apple stick to its well-trodden path of evolution over revolution? We were treated to three new iPhones – iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max.…

3 min.
5 things we learned this month

Apple Watch Series 5 unveiled Apple Watch Apple Watch 5 is now out and the headline feature is an Always-On Retina display that makes it easier to read the time and view notifications. New location features help users better navigate their day, while international emergency calling allows customers to call emergency services directly from Apple Watch in over 150 countries – even without an iPhone nearby. “The seamless integration of new hardware and software delivers an enhanced experience that makes it even easier to stay active and connected to the people and information users care about,” says Jeff Williams, Apple’s chief operating officer. New Research app coming later this year Apple news Following in the footsteps of ResearchKit, CareKit and the Apple Heart Study that they enabled, Apple is launching a new app…

16 min.
become an ios 13 genius

Understanding the main changes in iOS 13 is easy because Apple ensures that they receive the attention and marketing that they deserve. This is not the whole story, however, because in every new iOS release there are many changes in the background that go to make up a complete release. A lot of the changes are not hidden in any way and you will likely find them at some point, but it will help to know where they are early so that you can take advantage of them straightaway. We could go through all of the secrets, but that would take forever and some do not merit close attention. It is, however, these perceptively tiny changes that highlight the care and attention Apple puts into iOS. Anything from tiny pixel moves…

1 min.
recompose and retouch

Crop overlay Drag the Crop tool’s corner handles to remove unwanted edges. Drag inside the Crop overlay to reposition key features. The Rule of Thirds grid helps you create a more balanced and aesthetically pleasing composition. Clear the beach The Retouch tool does an effective job of clearing clutter from a landscape. It samples adjacent pixels (such as pebbles) and uses them to hide unwanted subjects (such as people). Go straight This angle wheel enables you to counteract tilted horizons by dragging it up or down. The wheel’s blue angle guides indicate that we’ve rotated this shot by eight degrees to create a straight horizon. Enhance the sky We used the Selective Colour panel to enhance our overexposed sky by darkening the blues and cyans in the shot. This helped the clouds stand out more in contrast.…