iPad&iPhone user - - CONTENTS -

Wel­come to the lat­est is­sue of iPad & iPhone User. Mo­bile VR may not of­fer the same pre­mium ex­pe­ri­ence as ex­pen­sive head­sets, but it al­lows mo­bile users to en­joy vir­tual re­al­ity on a bud­get. It re­lies on your iPhone to pro­vide the dis­play, sen­sors and brains to power the tech­nol­ogy, while the head­set comes with spe­cial lenses and holds Ap­ple’s hand­set in place. On page 53, we’ve four VR head­sets for iPhone, while on page 59 we round up the best of the App Store’s VR of­fer­ings.

Smash­ing your iPad or iPhone’s screen is some­thing we all dread. Well, chin up. It’s bad, but not dis­as­trous. We re­veal the five best ways of re­pair­ing a dam­aged dis­play, and ex­plain the pros and cons of each.

iPods have come a long way since the ini­tial mu­sic-only de­vice ap­peared in Oc­to­ber 2001. Now you can buy mod­els that have full ac­cess to the in­ter­net, play movies, and even make video calls us­ing Ap­ple’s FaceTime tech­nol­ogy. Our buy­ing guide looks at the var­i­ous fea­tures of each model.

Plus, we’ve all our usual news, fea­tures and tu­to­ri­als, so you can get the most out of your iOS de­vice.

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