The latest issue of iCreate might have been out for a little while on iOS devices, but if you love the feel of papery goodness on your fingers you’ll be pleased to know that issue 114 of the magazine is on sale today! While iPad users gained early access to the issue to celebrate the launch of the iPad mini, you can now pick up the latest issue in all good supermarkets and newsagents.
The hard copy of the magazine offers a unique touch-based interface, with intuitive ‘page turning’ technology. We challenge you to see any pixels at all, as well – the ‘display’ on each page goes well beyond that of the Retina screens seen on the latest MacBook Pro and 4th Generation iPad. The battery life also sees a huge improvement; the hard copy of iCreate is guaranteed to last you for weeks, months, and years without needing to charge it even once. And with physical feedback, and our patented ‘smell-o-vision’, you will feel like you’re holding a real product right in your hands. Because you are.
This month we’ve given you a full round up of the latest products from Apple, including the iPad mini, the 4th generation iPad the new iMac and MacBook Pro with Retina Display. With in-depth analysis of the products and how they will perform, you’ll know exactly what to put on your Christmas list in the next few weeks.
We’ve also worked hard to bring you the very best iOS 6 secrets for you to try out on your devices at home, as well as asking the professionals for tips on improving your photography. If you’ve ever wanted a crash course for your new camera, or just needed a few tips on bringing out the best in your snapshots, our guide will be perfect for you.
But that’s not all – our reviews section is packed this month, with the latest iPod touch and iPod nano given the full, in-depth treatment. We’ve tested the new models extensively on a day-to-day basis, and bring you our full verdict in the latest issue.
Of course, there are plenty more reviews packed into the magazine, along with our huge tutorial section, the brilliant Genius Bar and a competition that will certainly tempt you. Oh, and have you ever been using your Mac and wondered if there’s an alternative to Mail, Safari, iTunes or QuickTime? We’ve put together a list of the very best apps that you should install on your machine to replace those Apple includes when you buy your Mac – some of them are absolutely unmissable.
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 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, and you’ll get the incredible user-interface that we talked about above.