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Macworld UK March 2019

Macworld magazine is the world's best-selling Apple magazine, featuring in-depth reviews, expert advice, how tos and essential guides to Macs, iPads, iPhones and related products, as well as everything you need to know about Mac OS X, iOS and associated software including iTunes and more. If you are new to Apple and are looking for advice to help you get started, or if you are a Mac fanatic looking to justify your next buy, Macworld is the magazine to ensure you make the right decision. Macworld is created by an international team of experts based in London and San Francisco, join use every issue as we analyse the latest product announcements from the world’s biggest (and best) technology company.

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ms office 365 apps now available in mac app store

At the Apple WWDC keynote last year, Apple introduced a revamped App Store app. During that unveiling, it was revealed that the apps in Microsoft Office 365 would be coming to the Mac App Store “later this year”. Well, it didn’t happen in 2018, but if the company meant within a year of WWDC, then it’s on time – Microsoft Office 365 is now available in the Mac App Store. The Office 365 apps are available from the Mac App Store with a free one-month trial. The full Office 365 bundle includes six apps: Excel, PowerPoint, OneDrive, OneNote, Outlook, and Word, though you can download individual apps. Once the free trial is over, the subscription price for the six-app bundle is £59.99. If you already have an Office 365 subscription, you…

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apple issues group facetime bug mea culpa

You might want turn off FaceTime right this second. There’s a nasty new bug in iOS 12 that lets FaceTime callers hear sound from the recipient’s microphone even if they haven’t picked up. It works by exploiting a bug with Apple’s newish Group FaceTime feature introduced in iOS 12.1, but fortunately Apple says a fix is already in the works. In a media statement quickly after the story began spreading, Apple acknowledged the existence of the bug: “We’re aware of this issue and we have identified a fix that will be released in a software update later this week.” About an hour later, it disabled Group FaceTime altogether. Word of the bug started spreading on social media late January, but there’s evidence that users may have already informed Apple about it…

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apple’s takes on facebook after reports of data-collecting app

It seems that Apple has had it up to here with Facebook. Following a recent report by TechCrunch that the company had circumvented the App Store to distribute a ‘research’ app to users, Apple has revoked a developer licence from the social media giant, effectively shutting down any iOS apps that haven’t already been approved for the App Store. While the move won’t have an effect on your ability to post and message your friends using your iPhone, Facebook employees will certainly feel the repercussions. Without the developer certificate, the firm’s internal iOS apps, which likely include beta versions of its consumer apps as well as company-specific resources, will no longer work. Apple hasn’t indicated whether this is a temporary ban or how it will monitor Facebook’s activities in the future,…

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reports claim apple planning a subscription service for video games

Apple and gaming might seem an oxymoron to some (especially to serious gamers), but a new report says the iPhone maker is hoping to change that in a big way. According to Cheddar, Apple is planning to launch a subscription service for games and may partner with third-party developers as a video game publisher. The report Is light on specifics, but a Netflixstyle premium subscription service for games would represent a major move by Apple to expand its gaming cred beyond the App Store. Presumably an Apple-branded gaming service would require an Apple TV, but the firm could also simple charge a flat fee for access to iOS App Store games, cutting out the middle-men for things such as in-app purchases and updates. Cheddar also suggests that Apple is exploring the distribution…

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adobe premiere rush cc

Price: £9.98 per month from fave.co/2TDaRke Premiere Rush CC, a brand-new video app from Adobe, emphasizes speed in the creation and sharing of online video targeted to the social media crowd. Unlike Premiere Pro, Premier Elements, and Premiere Clip (Adobe’s other desktop and mobile video apps), Rush operates across devices with nearly identical desktop and mobile versions that can save all footage in the cloud. Your movie is accessible anytime, anywhere via an auto sync feature that you can enable if you choose, or you can save your video locally. Rush, powered partly by Adobe’s Sensei artificial intelligence framework, is compatible with the latest version of Premiere Pro. It is super simple to use, too. You can shoot video from within the app on your mobile device or you can import video from…

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cyberlink photodirector 10 ultra

Price: £63.99 from fave.co/2Bl0pGM CyberLink PhotoDirector is kind of a sleeper in the Mac pantheon of desktop image editors. It competes with Apple Photos, Adobe Photoshop Elements, Pixelmator, Luminar, and other consumer imagers. CyberLink is mostly associated with Windows, and PhotoDirector is the only cross platform item in the company’s suite of multimedia prosumer apps. Like many of CyberLink’s Windows apps, PhotoDirector 10 has its own brand of sizzle that may prove appealing to Mac users, especially those interested in turning their photos into works of art. The latest version offers multiple new layer features, keystone correction, content aware clone, the ability to separate imported GIFs into individual frames for multi-exposure or multi-sequence images, and artificial intelligence-based tricks, as well as tethered shooting, soft proofing, template packs, and a new calendar view. That’s…