Inside this latest issue you’ll find solutions to all your biggest Mac problems, our top tips and favourite apps for creating the ultimate home media setup, an iMovie editing masterclass and plenty of creative tutorials to keep you busy all the way until the next issue hits the shelves.
We’ve spent a lot of time look at the most common problems Mac users face this month, and solving them all in one place. Whether your Mac won’t start up, or you want to make your Mac safe for your kids, we’ve got you covered. On top of this, we’ve got our verdict on the iPad mini with Retina display, along with a group test of iPad Air cases and plenty of other hardware and software reviews.
This month’s creative feature focuses on the new version of iMovie, with guides, tips and tricks to help you edit and share an incredible finished project. From editing in slow motion to matching music to your edits with Beat Markers in the timeline, we have a huge selection of tips and tutorials to help you get creative with the latest tools iMovie has to offer.
We’ve also worked hard to bring you a technical feature packed full of advice to help you solve everyday problems with your Mac. We spent hours going through emails and tweets from our readers and followers, taking a look at Apple’s support pages and talking to people who use their Macs every day to put together a list of the most common problems, and we’ve solved them all inside.
Home media is a huge part of Apple’s ecosystem, with music, TV and movies making up a huge part of its revenue as a company. And as we all love consuming media through our Macs, we’ve picked out the very best apps for getting more from your media and brought them together into one feature. Want to AirPlay any movie from any Mac to your Apple TV? Or maybe you want to play your Mac’s audio through multiple AirPlay speakers, we have everything you need.
iCreate is available from all good newsagents, from the Imagine Shop and on subscription, plus it’s still available as a download on Zinio and Newsstand, and a range of other digital platforms. Of course, if you buy the physical copy you’ll even get a free disc that is absolutely stuffed with content for you to use in your projects.