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Oct 18, 2012

iCreate 113 on sale now – a sneak preview of the next issue!

by Freddie Harrison

Issue 113 of iCreate is on sale now in all good shops, supermarkets and newsagents. It’s also available digitally on newsstand and Zinio. Here’s what’s inside.

iCreate - 113 - CoverForget Apple’s invitations to a rather ‘little’ event, today is all about issue 113 of iCreate. “Why?” we hear you ask! Well, read on dear reader, and find out what’s in store for you this month in everyone’s favourite creative magazine for the Mac, iPhone and iPad.

As ever, we’ve pulled out all the stops for this issue and worked around the clock to ensure that the most in-depth, hands-on review of the stunning iPhone 5 is in your hands as soon as it can be.

If you hadn’t already guessed by our stunning description, it’s fair to assume that we’re big fans. But to find out exactly what we thought, you’ll have to buy a copy of the mag and flick over to page 14, won’t you?

iCreate 113 - iPhone 5

Elsewhere in the mag, we’ve taken to the skies (well, kind-of…) and plucked out the best cloud-based apps to ensure that you never need store a file on your Mac again. Dropbox, Google Drive, Netflix and the rest of the cream of the crop of cloud computing are all in attendance (try saying that three times fast) so be sure to check it out if you’ve ever wondered about life beyond iCloud.

iCreate 113 - Life in the Cloud

iWork might not seem like the most creative of application suites, after all, even the name includes the word ‘work’, but we’ve set out to prove you wrong with our iWork creative tips feature. Our resident iWork expert has spilled the beans on some of the best tips, tricks and iWork secrets that happen to be hidden in this trio of powerful apps. Want to know what they are? Of course you do. But you’ll have to grab the mag and flick through to page 52 to find out…

iCreate - 113 - News

As ever, this delectable issue of iCreate comes rounded off with a healthy helping of iTunes and iPod-flavoured news, a selection of tasty reviews to get your kit-hungry teeth around and an entire feast of tutorials to dig in to. If magazines be the food of love, then tuck in. iCreate is available from all good newsagents, on Zinio and Newsstand, from the Imagine Shop and on subscription. Plus, 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.

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    • Kalan

      When will this be hitting major news agencies in Australia?