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Graham Barlow

Editor in Chief of MacFormat, the UK's biggest Apple magazine

Graham is the Editor-in-Chief of MacFormat magazine, which has both a monthly print and an interactive iPad edition. The iPad edition achieved Highly Commended in the 2012 Digital Magazine Awards for Technology & Gadget Magazine of the Year and Magazine Launch of the Year.

Working in media and publishing since 1995, Graham joined MacFormat as its editor in 2004 and quickly turned it into the UK's biggest selling Apple magazine.

He lives in Bath with his wife and two children. He enjoys Tai Chi, recording his guitar playing in GarageBand on his iPad and training in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu as often as he can.

Apple's New Niche Is Privacy

When Apple released its first iPad in 2010 it had a pretty obvious advantage over its competition - there simply wasn't any. Sure, Microsoft and friends brought out the first Tablet PC way back in 2002, but nobody wanted one. It was clunky, ran Windows and had a stylus.
11/06/2014 12:11 BST

The New iPad Air: This Is It

As one of the tech journalists lucky enough to be invited to the launch of Apple's pre-Christmas line-up, I got to get my hands on a the new iPad mini with Retina display and the new iPad Air, which is due to go on sale on 1 November. Both are lovely, but it's the iPad Air that is grabbing all the headlines, and rightly so.
30/10/2013 09:49 GMT

No, Apple Is Not About To Release An iWatch, OK?

Apple is about to release the iWatch! No, wait, it's the Apple iTV! No, that's not it either, hang on. It's the iGlasses! I've lumped those three together because they're all on a Word document I keep on my desktop called 'Not a Snowball's Chance in Hell'.
17/02/2013 22:45 GMT

Why Web Apps Are Still Not the Future

The Mums and Dads, kids and Grandparents browsing the App Store from their iPad don't care about the difference between 'closed' and 'open' methods of delivering apps - they just want a system that works, and that's what Apple is delivering right now.
04/02/2013 16:17 GMT

Don't Fear Apple's Share Price Drop

But does it mean that Apple is in trouble? Well, not really. Apple sold more iPads (22.9 million) and iPhones (47.8 million) in the last quarter than in any previous quarter. Just not enough to satisfy the analysts.
28/01/2013 16:52 GMT