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iCreateiCreate

iCreate No. 200

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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1 min.
“we pride ourselves on providing inspirational instruction for mac and ios”

Welcome to the 200th edition of iCreate, a milestone that everyone who has worked on iCreate throughout the past 16 years is immensely proud to have reached. The unofficial motto of iCreate has always been ‘If Apple made a magazine…’ and we pride ourselves on providing inspirational instruction in using Apple computers and mobile devices to help our dedicated readership get the most out of their tech. As many of us have been using Apple computers for decades and Apple is the number one brand for must-have mobile technology, we have dedicated this special 200th issue to Apple’s 200 greatest apps, tech and innovations. As we have discovered, it is very hard to narrow our favourite Apple product down to one, so we certainly hope that the gadgets that you…

1 min.
meet the experts

David Crookes Pinned down to one favourite Apple device, our iOS expert chose the iPhone – any iPhone! He also rates the GUI, iTunes and Mac OS X as pivotal Apple products. Shaun McGill Our tech expert cites the iMac G3 as his all-time favourite – the first non-beige box computer that helped Apple really kick down the doors to our homes! George Cairns Our creative expert champions the current crop of engaging apps that have evolved from Apple’s iLife suite. These include Photos (previously iPhoto) and iMovie. Facebook iCreateMagazine Twitter @iCreateMagazine Instagram icreate_mag Email icreate@futurenet.com…

4 min.
all-new mac pro and groundbreaking pro display xdr

It’s been six long years but Mac creatives finally have the successor to the original Mac Pro. The 2013 model combined an eye-catching ‘dustbin’ design with high-end specs, and is still the go-to machine for Photoshop power users and 4K video editors. But not for long. The all-new ‘cheese grater’ Mac Pro, announced at Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference in June, comes labelled as the most powerful Mac ever made. And, answering a major criticism of its predecessor, it’s modular, meaning you can expand and configure its internals until you’re completely satisfied. Satisfaction does come at an eye-watering £5,999/$5,999 price though, and that’s just for the base model. At its biggest and best, the all-new Mac Pro features workstation-class Xeon processors up to 28 cores, a high-performance memory system with a massive…

3 min.
5 things we learned this month

iOS 13 previewed in full The new features coming to your iPhone this autumn have been confirmed with the official announcement of iOS 13. Your iPhone will get a brand new look with Dark Mode, a dark colour scheme that works system-wide and across all native Apple apps, while Sign In with Apple will put an end to using endless social accounts, emails and passwords to log in to apps. “iOS 13 brings new capabilities to the apps you use every day, with rich updates to Photos and Maps, and privacy-protecting features like Sign In with Apple, all while delivering faster performance,” says Craig Federighi, Apple’s senior vice president of Software Engineering. “We’re excited for customers to experience what’s coming to iPhone this fall.” Apple introduces iPadOS iPad Apple has reaffirmed its commitment…

63 min.
200 greatest apple tech, apps & innovations

Many millions of people have been drawn to Apple products for a variety of reasons. For us it was the intuitiveness of the Macintosh IIcx, a big beige slab that we could write and capture and process screenshots on. The first Apple experience for many others may have been the first iPod that revolutionised how we listen to music, or the eye-popping colours of the iMac G3 range that was so cool that everyone wanted one in their home. Although many of us use Apple products in a professional capacity, they have also become integrated into our social and family lives too, allowing us to record the growth of our children and speak face-to-face with loved ones on the other side of the planet. So there will undoubtedly be an Apple…

1 min.
moonlight effects

Filters The Filter workspace is a good place to start your day to night conversion. There are several one-click filters that instantly cool down a shot and increase contrast. You can then fine-tune the filtered result in the Adjust panel. Selective Colour This panel enables you to change the Hue, Saturation and Luminance of specific colours in the image. We used it to darken the blues to create a moody, mysterious night-time landscape. Knowledge base ISO Analogue cameras used film with different ISO speeds. A high speed ISO film such as 1600 would be more sensitive to light than film with an ISO of 100. Higher ISO speeds produced more film grain. Digital cameras also use a range of ISO settings to help you shoot in low light, though they add ugly dots of noise at…