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iPad & iPhone User

iPad & iPhone User


iPad & iPhone User is the only digital magazine you need to the world of the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch. Subscribe to iPad & iPhone User and get more out of your Apple device with our step-by-step tutorials, straight forward buying advice and expert reviews of the latest apps, games and accessories.. Each issue is packed with step-by-step tutorials and features on how to get the most from your apps and services like iCloud, iTunes Match, iPhoto, GarageBand, iMovie, Pages and Keynote, as well as all the latest apps. Anyone from a complete iPad and iPhone beginner to hardcore power users will learn more about their beloved Apple device.

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4 min.
ipad air (2020): seven things you need to know

The iPad Air (2019) has long been the sweet spot between price, performance, and features in Apple’s tablet line. At its Time Flies event, the company unveiled a new iPad Air that further cements its position as the best iPad for most people. Here are the most important things to know about the new redesigned 2020 iPad Air. 1. IT LOOKS A LOT LIKE AN iPAD PRO The new iPad Air (2020) takes some design cues from the much more expensive iPad Pro. It features the same flat-edged design with relatively thin bezels all the way around. Like the Pro, a more useful USB-C plug replaces the Lightning connector. This tweak to the Apple design language is likely to appear in the iPhone 12 as well. 2. IT’S THE FIRST APPLE PRODUCT WITH…

2 min.
apple’s new 2020 ipad upgrades the processor and nothing else

If you’re familiar with Apple’s popular and economical 7th-generation iPad (introduced about a year ago), you already know what to expect from the 8th-generation model. As the new base-model iPad, the 8th-gen iPad is essentially just the 7th-gen model with an upgraded processor. The 7th-gen model had an A10 processor, which offered very good performance for the price. The newly updated model features an A12, which is a big upgrade. First introduced in the iPhone XS, the A12 is much faster than the A10. Apple says it offers 40 per cent faster CPU performance and double the graphics performance. Looking at our performance benchmarks (fave.co/3izHXOp) of the iPhone XS (featuring the A12) and comparing it with the iPhone 7 Plus (which features the A10), those figures seem about right. Apple doesn’t say…

3 min.
eight ways the new apple watch series 6 is a bigger upgrade than you think

Apple has launched a new Apple Watch Series 6, bringing a new high-end wearable to join an inaugural mid-range model and a brand-new service that’s powered by Apple’s iconic wearable. But while it might not seem like this is a huge upgrade, it’s actually bigger than it seems. Here’s why: 1. APPLE’S BLOOD O2 SENSOR IS BETTER THAN FITBIT’S As rumoured, the Apple Watch Series 6 can measure the oxygen levels in your blood, thanks to a new sensor that uses red and infrared light to calculate the colour of your blood and determine its oxygen level. Unlike Fitbit devices, which only measure your bloodoxygen levels while you sleep, on the new Apple Watch you can take a Blood O2 reading in just 15 seconds at any time of day. 2. THE DISPLAY…

4 min.
seven reasons to buy apple watch se instead of series 3 or series 6

The Apple Watch SE may be the newest member of Apple’s wearable family, but like the iPhone SE, it’s not a new device. Not exactly, anyway. The Apple Watch SE is a little Series 4, a little Series 5, and a little Series 6, all wrapped up in a lower-priced aluminium body. Here are six surprising things Apple delivered in its newest affordable device. 1. APPLE WATCH SE HAS THE SAME DISPLAY AS SERIES 6 With the £199 Series 3 watch using the older square watch face, we fully expected the Apple Watch SE to go retro as well to cut costs. That’s not the case. The Apple Watch SE has the same 40mm and 44mm bodies and larger retina 448x368 displays as the Series 6, just without the always-on option. That…

5 min.
apple fitness+: what you need to know about apple’s fitness service

Online fitness services such as Peloton and Daily Burn have become very popular, and now Apple wants in on the business. They will soon offer Apple Fitness+, the latest service for Apple users. Fitness+ combines your Apple devices, videos, and collected exercise data to allow you to have satisfying workouts. Here’s all you need to know. WHAT IS APPLE FITNESS+? Internet-based fitness services and apps that work on your iPhone has been around for a while from companies like Peloton, Daily Burn and YogaGlo. They saw a huge growth in popularity thanks to the pandemic. With the Apple Watch, Apple has a device that’s perfectly made to help people get the most out of their workouts. The new Apple Watch Series 6 includes new blood oxygen monitoring and an ECG app to go…

3 min.
apple one: everything you need to know about apple’s services bundle

Apple has several subscription services available, and now you can save some cash by signing up for Apple One, a pricing plan that bundles Apple’s services together for discounts. In effect, it replaces expensive à la carte pricing with cheaper pricing bundles. Over the following pages we look at everything you need to know. WHAT SERVICES ARE AVAILABLE IN APPLE ONE? All of Apple’s services are available for bundled pricing: Apple Arcade, Apple Fitness+, Apple Music, Apple News, Apple TV+, and iCloud. (Apple Fitness+ will not be available until late 2020.) If Apple introduces new services, they’ll probably adjust the Apple One plans accordingly. Please note: AppleCare, Apple’s warranty and support programme, is not part of Apple One. HOW MUCH DOES IT COST? Apple has three Apple One plans. Each plan offers a different set of services.…