We’ve just released a new issue of our sister app, Swipe – the iPhone Magazine.
This issue of Swipe is releasing just after the launch of Apple’s latest device, so our latest News section is full of coverage of the iPhone X.
To mark the occasion, we’re taking a look at one of the core features of the new device. How does Face ID compare to other methods of locking your device, and will it be here for the long haul? We take a subjective look at the pros and cons of facial recognition in Features.
We have a second opinion piece for you this issue, too, suggesting a way Nintendo could make the most of their back catalog of games on iOS.
Meanwhile, over in the Reviews section we’ve rounded up some of the very best games that combine two genres to create something new and unique. We’ve also highlighted some pretty useful utilities and a music making tool that requires no musical ability whatsoever.
Finally, we’ve got an in-depth look at iOS 11’s new Files app in the How-To section, plus some tips on managing collaborative tasks and quickly annotating screenshots. All stuff to help get the most from your iPhone!
Inside this issue…
- A look at the benefits and downsides of Face ID
- Opinion: why Nintendo should embrace the App Store
- All the latest Apple news covering iOS 11.1 and iPhone X
- Roundup of the best games that mix two genres
- Reviews of task manager Wunderlist and app utility Yoink
- We also look at musical toy SoundForest and road trip story Wheels of Aurelia
- Beginner’s guide to the new Files app
- How to collaborate on shared tasks and to-do lists
- Add hand-drawn annotations to screenshots
Download the Swipe app today and start a 7-day trial or purchase a single issue for only $1.99/£1.99!