iCreate

iCreate No. 217

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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English
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1 min
poolside fm

Price Free Requirements macOS 10.15 or later • 17MB Learn more poolside.fm Available from Mac App Store IDEALLY WE’D HAVE COVERED THIS AT THE HEIGHT OF THE SUMMER HEATWAVE, it would certainly have made us feel better about being locked up in our homes and not on some distant, sun-kissed beach somewhere… Free to download, Poolside FM is a simple, retro-themed music player that automatically sources a never-ending selection of chilled-out summer tunes and plays them ad infinitum. After a few minutes of listening you’ll be prompted to register an account to keep the music coming, but no fees are required – just an email address. There are five channels to choose from and it’s a cool way to discover new music. If you hear something you like, you can mark it as a favourite and build your personal,…

1 min
apple expert

I know that I can update my personal iOS Memoji in the Messages app, but how do I update it across iOS and Mac too? My Mac is still displaying my old one! Once you have performed all of the necessary edits in the Messages app, open your Contacts app and then tap on your own personal card at the top of the database. Next, tap on the ‘Edit’ button, then tap on the next ‘Edit’ option that sits below your Memoji profile picture and select your recently updated Memoji. Once done, tap on the ‘Done’ option and this should then be updated throughout Mac and iOS. Go to System Preferences>Apple ID to check it has worked.…

1 min
meet the experts

David Crookes This issue, our iOS expert shows you how to set up sleep tracking to assess your slumbering in watchOS 7 and get the most out of Messages in iPadOS 14. Shaun McGill Our tech specialist helps you solve all of your Mac problems, and delves into the Accessibility settings on your iOS devices to unlock the coolest hidden features. George Cairns Our creative genius will show you how to organise your photos by location, shoot and edit with different lenses on the fly and get innovative with your lighting effects. Facebook iCreateMagazine Twitter @iCreateMagazine Instagram icreate_mag Email icreate@futurenet.com…

2 min
declutter your ios 14 home screen

Now that the big new iOS update is with us, it is time to start utilising the new features. One of the best is the freedom to organise and personalise your Home Screen so that it is uncluttered with icons, folders and even entire screens of apps that you don’t need to waste your time swiping through. In this tutorial, we will show you how to utilise your new App Library as a one-stop app organiser and guide you through the process of hiding Home Screens that you don’t use. Once your iOS Home Screens are nicely streamlined and free from clutter, we will then move on to the all-new widgets and how you can apply them to your Home Screen. With the iOS 14 update installed, you can take your…

1 min
manually tag a location

If you shoot with a camera that doesn’t support geotagging, then you can manually assign the photograph’s location so that it will appear in Photo’s Map view. This enables you to add more photos to a specific location even if they weren’t shot on your iPhone. In this example, we’ll demonstrate how to geotag a photo that was captured using a DSLR camera so that it appears in the same map location as our iPhone-sourced snaps. 1 Search for location View a photo at full-size and click the ‘i’ button to open the Info panel. Go to ‘Assign a Location’ and type in the name of the location where the photo was captured. 2 Fine-tune location Hit return to choose a location and then zoom in for a closer look at the map’s pin.…

3 min
apple announces new watches and ipads

APPLE’S SEPTEMBER EVENT SAW THE ANNOUNCEMENT OF TWO NEW iPADS AND APPLE WATCHES. The big announcement was an exciting new iPad Air that brings some of the features of the iPad Pro line to the Air for the first time, particularly in the look and feel department, as it now has the ‘narrow border’ design you associate with the Pro range, and a Liquid Retina display which (in the same footprint as the previous iPad Air) features a large 10.9-inch display with 3.8 million pixels. As with the iPad Pro models, the Home button is gone completely, but since there’s no Face ID in the iPad Air, Apple has cleverly integrated Touch ID into the top button instead. On the inside, a brand-new A14 Bionic chip with five-nanometer processor technology pushes the…