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Macworld UKMacworld UK

Macworld UK August 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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IDG Communications - UK
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design guru jony ive reveals he is leaving apple

Apple has announced that Sir Jony Ive, the company’s Chief Design Officer, is leaving the tech giant. Ive will be forming his own design business, of which Apple will be a client. “After nearly 30 years and countless projects, I am most proud of the lasting work we have done to create a design team, process and culture at Apple that is without peer,” Ive said in a statement released by Apple. “Today it is stronger, more vibrant and more talented than at any point in Apple’s history.” Leading Apple’s design teams now are Evans Hankey, vice president of Industrial Design, and Alan Dye, vice president of Human Interface Design. Both will report to Apple COO Jeff Williams. “Jony is a singular figure in the design world and his role in Apple’s…

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apple updates macbook pro and air, discontinues 12in macbook

Apple has updated its MacBook Air and MacBook Pro models, but has discontinued the smallest of the bunch, the 12in MacBook. It has also stopped selling the older non-Retina MacBook Air and the non-Touch Bar MacBook Pro (sometimes referred to by Apple fans as the MacBook Escape). The MacBook Air has got a small upgrade that adds True Tone to the display for better ambient colour adjustments, a feature most common on Apple’s iPads. It is also now cheaper, starting at £1,099 – £100. In place of the MacBook Escape is a £1,299 Touch Bar MacBook Pro with 8th-gen Intel processors. It means it’s the cheapest Touch Bar model yet, and one of the most powerful. But it means if you don’t want the Touch Bar on a MacBook Pro then you’re…

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apple issues voluntary recall of 15in macbook pro

Apple has revealed a voluntary recall for owners of the 15in MacBook Pro. If you bought such a laptop between September 2015 and February 2017, it could have a battery that is at risk of overheating. The tech giant will replace the battery in these laptops for free. To see if your laptop is part of the recall, click on the Apple (›) menu and select About This Mac. In the overview section of the About This Mac window that appears, you should see the operating system as the main header. Underneath that is the listing for your Mac. If it says, ‘MacBook Pro (Retina, 15in, Mid 2015)’, take note of the serial number. Then go to Apple’s website fave.co/2L7MQRw and submit the serial number to see if your 15in MacBook…

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pages, numbers and keynote get major update

Fresh on the heels of the release of the public betas for iOS 13, iPadOS 13, and macOS Catalina, Apple has updated both the iOS and macOS versions of its iWork apps: Keynote, Pages, and Numbers. Each app comes with its own bag of goodies, but each one now comes with better options for editing lists, charts, and tables – including the ability to create customized bullets. All three apps also let you stylize your text with new outline styles or by filling in the letters with gradients or your own images. In addition, the updates include a ‘face detection’ feature that intelligently positions subjects in photos when you place those photos in placeholders or objects. Pages Pages for Mac and iOS are basically the same, but the iOS version includes new options…

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10 bold designs only jony ive could dream up

Less than 10 years after Steve Jobs passed away, Apple is faced with another difficult transition. Sir Jony Ive, Apple’s design guru since the days of the Newton MessagePad, has announced that he will be leaving the tech giant as an employee to form an independent design company, of which Apple will be a client. While he’s not leaving altogether, his departure from Apple Park will leave an indelible mark on the company, not unlike the iPhone, iPad, and iMacs he leaves behind. Here are 10 of Jony Ive’s most daring designs. 1. eMate 3000 Back before the Blueberry iBook was a thing, Jony Ive designed a super-portable laptop with a curvy design, translucent case, and clamshell cover called the eMate 3000. Aimed at the education market, it was a short-lived outlier in…

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jony ive’s departure from apple is a bigger test than losing steve jobs

As we reported on page 4, Apple has announced that design chief Jony Ive is departing as an employee of Apple after almost 30 years with the company, during which he spearheaded the design for iconic products ranging from the iMac to the iPhone. It doesn’t appear to have been a hostile departure, as Apple’s official press release states that Ive is forming an independent design company which will count Apple among its primary clients. Technically we’re not yet looking at a totally Jony Ive-free Apple, but it’s easy to get the impression that we might as well be. No longer will Ive be one of the main wizards behind Apple’s curtains. As parody account @JonyIveParody shows, Ive tends to be Apple’s public face more than Apple CEO Tim Cook himself.…

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