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iCreate No. 196

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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What I love most about Apple’s operating systems is that they are a never-ending voyage of discovery. Sure, the best new features are showcased at the annual WWDC events, but you’re never told everything and so have to probe, click or tap under your own steam to find out the little intricacies that can greatly enhance the way you use and interact with your devices. I’ll never forget, when using QuarkXpress back in the early 90s, discovering a very neat shortcut that made a little Martian sprite amble onto the screen and dissolve unwanted furniture from the page using his ray-gun. This tip was then passed on to others to enjoy via clandestine word of mouth, traded with other snippets of insider knowledge until I felt like I knew Macs inside…

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meet the experts

David Crookes This month our iOS expert demonstrates how to password-protect your apps, open zip files via a handy new shortcut and enjoy the best of terrestrial TV on your iPad. Shaun McGill Tech expert Shaun has put together the ultimate genius guide to help you discover more and get the most out of the leading social media apps. George Cairns Our creative expert demonstrates how to produce striking silhouettes in your photos and create dynamic, Top Gear-style driving sequences in your iMovie footage. Facebook iCreateMagazine Twitter @iCreateMagazine Instagram icreate_mag Email icreate@futurenet.com…

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is apple still the tech leader on privacy?

Under the leadership of Tim Cook, Apple has taken unprecedented measures to ensure it protects user data and privacy. This happens on such a scale that other tech companies are being left behind. It’s only in the last few years that our eyes have been opened to private companies farming data and using that to target us. Take Cambridge Analytica, Facebook and the storm surrounding election results, or one of the hundreds of hacks and breaches that make the news every day. The concerns we all have about our online footprint are very real, but if there’s one company that’s a beacon of light in this field it is Apple under Tim Cook. Protecting your privacy In January 2019 when the majority of Apple’s contemporaries were housed up in Las Vegas at…

3 min.
apple has a new head of retail

In a big shake-up to Apple’s retail team, Deirdre O’Brien has been named as the new senior vice president of Retail + People. O’Brien, who already headed up Apple’s People division, now has an expanded role that means she will also look after Apple’s online and retail stores. She takes over from Angela Ahrendts in May 2019. Ahrendts has overseen worldwide retail expansion and creative community features like Today at Apple. Speaking about O’Brien, Apple’s CEO Tim Cook says: “For more than three decades, she has helped keep Apple focused on serving customers and enriching lives. She’s an exceptional leader and she’s been a vital partner to our retail teams around the world since the very beginning.” New Today at Apple session available worldwide Apple One of Ahrendts’ final tasks has been to…

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ultimate macos & ios secrets

However well you think you know your way around a Mac or iPhone, there are always ways to speed up your productivity. For example, iOS 12 introduced us to Shortcuts, an app that can be used to automate specific tasks on your device. This is like a simplified version of Automator on your Mac that allows you to utilise the built-in actions of your Mac to create complex workflows, speeding up those repetitive tasks that sap your time and allowing you to get on with other, more pressing matters. Both apps should be explored fully to see how they can aid the tasks that you perform regularly. Then there are the keyboard and touch shortcuts. Your Mac comes with a vast arsenal of keyboard shortcuts to eradicate the need to…

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work easier at night

1 Enable Dark Mode If you are running Mojave, go to System Preferences>General and then select ‘Dark’ next to Appearance to invert out the colours of the windows, menus and app interfaces. 2 Turn on Night Shift This feature is also available pre-Mojave. Go to System Preferences> Displays>Night Shift to turn it on manually or schedule it to kick in every day. It adjusts the display colours to be warmer. 3 Use Stacks If your desktop is covered in files, folders, pictures and documents then this feature can reduce the pain of searching for files. Right-click on your desktop and choose ‘Use Stacks’ to group all types. 1 Turn on Night Shift On your iOS device, go to Settings> Display & Brightness>Night Shift to either turn it on manually or schedule it to kick in at a…