Now that we’ve all caught our breath back after the rollercoaster of excitement that was WWDC 2012, we’ve had some time to reflect on the awesomeness that is Mountain Lion and decided that it’s not fair that older Mac users can’t run Apple’s latest big cat on their machine. With that in mind, we’ve dedicated eight pages of issue 109 of iCreate to telling you how you can get the best features of everyone’s favourite new OS on any Mac, regardless of whether or not it’s a super-fast MacBook Pro or an ageing Mac Mini.
Regardless of whether you run Snow Leopard, Lion or Mountain Lion, everyone knows Macs work best when they’re set on some amazing creative tasks. That’s why this issue’s creative feature (and cover disc) is dedicated to covering five amazing creative projects – dreamt up by the iCreate team and put into practice, all so you can try them at home and produce some truly stunning results. We’ve even dedicated our cracking cover disc to the cause, stuffing it with the best project templates, designer fonts, video tutorials, audio effects and Final Cut plug-ins to help you get to work.
But wait…do you even need your Mac at all anymore? That’s the question (well, a less long-winded version) we’ve been trying to answer in this month’s iOS feature. We’ve let iOS and OS X battle it out to find out exactly which makes a better companion for work, rest and play. The answer? Well, you’re just going to have to read the mag to find out, aren’t you?
Finally, as ever, we’ve got a smattering of tutorials, news from the world of Apple, reviews of the best kit and so much more – all in issue 109. So, what are you waiting for? Go pick up a copy or grab a subscription today, you wont’t regret it, we’re sure of that.
But wait! There’s more…for bonus points, pick up a copy of our hot-of-the-presses-newly-launched sister title All About Space – It’s got everything a budding astronaut, astronomer and all-round space enthusiast. What’s not to love?! Click the link above and check it out now!