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Macworld UK May 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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apple updates imac with 8th and 9th generation intel core processors

Following the unveiling of new iPads (see page 8), Apple revealed upgrades for its iMac line-up, featuring eighth-generation Intel Core processors in the standard configurations, with the option to upgrade to a ninth-generation processor. The price points of the standard configuration models remain unchanged. The new iMacs are available now from fave.co/2OT2DCL 21.5in iMac Apple has three standard configurations of the 21.5in iMac, and Apple is changing two of the three configurations. The £1,049 option stays the same, with a seventh-generation 2.3GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB of memory, a 1TB hard drive, Intel Iris Plus Graphics 640, and a 1,920x1,080 display. The new £1,249 model features an eighth-generation 3.6GHz quad-core Intel Core i3 processor, 8GB of memory, a 1TB hard drive, 2GB Radeon Pro 555X graphics, and a Retina 4K P3 display. The…

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apple unveils new ipad air and ipad mini

Apple has announced updated models of the iPad Air and the iPad mini. Some of us gave up on seeing new versions of these models, but suddenly they’re available for purchase. We should have our hands on the new tablets soon, but we wanted to give you a quick rundown on what’s new and what remains the same for both iPads. iPad Air: What’s new Let’s kick off with what’s new with the iPad Air, which we thought was effectively replaced with the 10.5in iPad Pro in 2017. In essence, this is the iPad Air 3, but much as with the iPad mini, Apple’s dropping the numerals. It’s now just the iPad Air. The price sees a welcome change, as Apple now sells it for a starting price of £479. There’s a change…

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airpower cancelled

Were you hoping that Apple would surprise us with a release of the AirPower wireless charging mat at some point in the coming days? Dash those hopes away, as TechCrunch reports, Apple has officially cancelled the project. “After much effort, we’ve concluded AirPower will not achieve our high standards and we have cancelled the project,” said Apple hardware engineering chief Dan Riccio in a statement. “We apologize to those customers who were looking forward to this launch. We continue to believe that the future is wireless and are committed to push the wireless experience forward.” For a bit of a recap, AirPower was a multi-device charging mat that Apple announced way back in September 2017. Even recently you could find publicity photos showing how it could charge the Qi-compatible versions of the…

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apple announces gaming service – apple arcade

Apple’s new gaming service is called Apple Arcade, and what Apple showed us on stage at its Show Time event looks like a cool service. Beginning sometime in the autumn, you’ll be able to pay Apple an unspecified subscription fee that grants access to around 100 ‘new and exclusive’ games. None of the games will have in-app purchases, and they will be playable on iOS devices and Macs only. All of the games will be accessible offline. This is all smart stuff as games have been among the primary drivers of revenue for the App Store for years now. Apple Arcade could be a sign that Apple is finally taking games seriously, and here’s why I’m looking forward to that. You’ll be able to play the same games on iOS and macOS According…

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new apple tv app and apple tv channels

After months of speculation, rumours, and leaks, Apple has finally taken the wraps off its plans for the future of TV, and it comes in two parts: There’s a new subscription service coming this autumn called Apple TV+, and an overhaul of the Apple TV app, coming this spring. We’ve covered Apple TV+ in a separate article (see page 76), but here’s what you need to know about the new TV app. A new design, but not many new features Though the TV app has a refreshed design, you’ll recognize many features from the current app. The Up Next section – which shows a list of next episodes for programmes you’ve watched, as well as TV shows or movies you stopped in the middle of – is still there. So are the…

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apple enters publishing world with apple news+

The focus of Apple’s Show Time event may have been TV entertainment services, but the company made a big splash right out of the gate with the announcement of Apple News+. As the name implies, it’s a premium version of Apple News that offers more content than you’ll get with the free app – all with a focus on magazines. Specifically, for $9.99 a month (£tbc), you and your family get access to more than 300 magazines and other publications ranging from National Geographic to Wired to The Wall Street Journal. We’ll dig deeper once we’ve spent time with Apple News+, but for now, here’s what intrigues us the most. Apple News+ could save you money I’m one of the people who will likely see a real benefit from using Apple News+ as…