It’s been a pretty big few days in the iCreate office. If you haven’t heard, a certain Big Cat was released yesterday for your Mac, and in much more exciting news, the latest issue of iCreate is on sale from today from all good supermarkets, on Zinio and Newsstand, from the Imagine Shop and on subscription.
This issue is packed full of fantastic content, including three amazing features, reviews of all the latest kit, over 132 pages of Apple advice and a free disc that comes loaded with everything you could need to follow along with this month’s mag, stock footage, video tutorials, fonts and more.
We kick things off with a mammoth iMovie guide: ten pages of expert advice, tips and tricks, followed by a further 26 (twenty six!) pages of tutorials to help you make the best home movies ever. We cover shooting, editing and sharing your movies, with guides for shooting fantastic footage, editing it using advanced techniques, and sending your finished product to your friends and family. We’ve also taken you through a standard iMovie workflow on both iOS and Mac, so whether you’re a seasoned pro or you’re just taking your first steps with the software, this guide will help.
Of course, there was another big announcement from Apple just a few weeks ago in the form of a brand new MacBook Pro with Retina Display. The slimmer, lighter and sexier machine has been give our thorough review treatment. We’ve tested it in every aspect, from design to performance, and this month we dedicate eight pages to telling you everything you need to know about the latest Mac, and hopefully answer the all important question: “Should I buy one?”
We’ve also explained exactly why you are going to need iOS 6 on your mobile devices when it launches later this year. We’ve gone through all the new features in the mobile operating system and this month we explain how it will change the way you use your iPhone and iPad forever.
Of course, alongside all of this we also have the usual suspects: this month’s News pages discuss the challenge posed by two new tablets from Google and Microsoft, as well as a new touch-screen ModBook Pro. The Genius Bar section answers all your most burning questions about all things Apple, and we’ve reviewed some of the latest hardware and software around.
You can pick up the latest issue from all good newsagents, on Zinio and Newsstand, from the Imagine Shop and on subscription. However you choose to read it, this month’s iCreate is sure to please, and get those creative juices flowing.