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iCreate

iCreate

No. 215

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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Future Publishing Ltd
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1 min.
“big sur is big enough and totally unsurly enough to grab your attention”

Please, Sur, can I have some more? Suits you, Sur! We went through all of the clichés when trying to come up with suitable coverlines for Apple’s huge new macOS update. But then we figured we didn’t need to be clever as Big Sur is, er, big enough and totally unsurly enough to grab your attention on its own. This month we have been putting the beta through its paces to pick out all of the neat new features and showcase its slick new look that is eye-poppingly beautiful. So get yourself up to speed with Big Sur now by jumping straight to our in-depth feature, starting on page 14. Also in this issue, we provide 21 handy hints to help preserve your iPhone mobile data and have some great new…

1 min.
meet the experts

David Crookes This month, our iOS expert shows you how to track and share symptoms in the Health app and keep on top of your iPhone’s location tracking settings. Shaun McGill Our tech specialist gets hands-on with macOS Big Sur, the most monumental system update in 20 years, to walk you through all of the best new features. George Cairns Our creative genius will show you how to make the most of monochrome in Photos, master classic camera techniques in iMovie and work with layers in Final Cut Pro. Facebook iCreateMagazine Twitter @iCreateMagazine Instagram icreate_mag Email icreate@futurenet.com…

3 min.
apple design awards winners announced

APPLE HAS ANNOUNCED THE WINNERS OF ITS 2020 APPLE DESIGN AWARDS. The annual Apple Design Awards showcase the very best apps and games released each year for the iPhone, iPad and Mac platforms. The awards are open to all developers, large and small, and winners can come from any country in the world. Four apps and four games are selected as winners, and these awards are eagerly awaited as they can strongly boost an app’s profile. “Every year, app and game developers demonstrate exceptional craftsmanship and we’re honouring the best of the best,” said Ron Okamoto, Apple’s VP of Worldwide Developer Relations. “Receiving an Apple Design Award is a special and laudable accomplishment. Past honourees have made some of the most noteworthy apps and games of all time. Through their vision,…

3 min.
5 things we learned this month

Apple will be carbon neutral by 2030 This month Apple made the commitment to go carbon neutral in its supply chain and products by 2030, which is 20 years sooner than IPCC targets. Apple is already carbon neutral for its global corporate operations, but this new commitment means that by 2030 every single piece of Apple kit you buy will be carbon neutral in its production. Apple decreased its carbon footprint by 4.3 million metric tons in 2019 through design and recycled content innovations in its products. And over the past 11 years, it has reduced the average energy needed for product use by 73 per cent. To help achieve its new aims, Apple has invented a robot called ‘Dave’, whose job is to disassemble the Taptic Engine in old iPhones for…

15 min.
welcome to macos big sur

When Apple showcased its successor to macOS 10.15 Catalina at June’s WWDC20 event, its name couldn’t have been more apt. Big Sur, the area in California where the Santa Lucia Mountains rise from the Pacific Ocean to form one of the most beautiful stretches of undeveloped coastline in the world, was chosen as the moniker for macOS version 11.0 (the first time the primary version number has changed in two decades). And like its namesake with its scenic coastal road (leading over that iconic bridge we’ve all flown under in Grand Theft Auto V!), it’s simply stunning. With Apple’s Big Sur announcement came talk of some major new updates to some of the most essential apps on the platform, along with an entirely new design – the biggest cosmetic overhaul since…

1 min.
monochrome makeover

Knowledge base Using filters Traditional analogue photographers would stick coloured filters over their camera’s lens to change the look of their black-and-white images. For example, a red filter would darken blues. This created dark greyscale skies that helped clouds pop out in their black-and-white prints. The MacOS Photos app can mimic this classic filter effect thanks to its Selective Colour panel. Filters After converting a shot to black and white you can introduce a filtered wash of colour to change its mood. We used the ‘Dramatic Cool’ filter to mimic a classic cyanotype look. Black & White By dragging this slider left or right you can view a wide range of different monochrome looks. We chose the option that darkened the reds of the flowers to make them stand out in contrast with the greyscale background. Options Toggle…