Smell that fresh aroma in the air? It’s New Mac|Life Magazine Day! Head to your local bookstore to grab a copy of issue #101 on glorious, glossy paper, or download the dazzling digital edition via your virtual outlet of choice — the Apple Newsstand version is fully interactive on iPad!
That's right — Mac|Life magazine has hit its 100th issue! This milestone edition is now available physically at better retailers everywhere, as well as digitally on Apple Newsstand and through other distributors such as Kindle. Not only does the magazine look at how the Apple landscape has changed over the last 100 issues, but it also features a thorough guide to Mac, the introduction of two new columnists, and more!
As we draw ever closer to the release of Apple Watch, news continues to swirl around the long-awaited device, including reports on its associated operating system and how it will impact the Apple Store experience. In addition, the Steve Jobs movie has a release date, new details have emerged on the hotly anticipated Photos app, and Apple apparently has something in store involving automobiles. All that and more in this week's hottest Apple news!
Good news, Apple fans! The latest issue of Mac|Life magazine is now available at better retailers everwhere. Available in physical form on 100% authentic paper, as well as digitally on Apple Newsstand (including an enhanced interactive version for iPad), Kindle, and other virtual storefronts, the March 2015 issue is packed with Mac and iOS goodness.
This month in Mac|Life magazine, we detail the many ways in which iCloud can improve your life, we examine Apple's CarPlay, and we show you how to start podcasting, how to secure your Mac, and much more! (Click through for a detailed table of contents.)
Keyboard shortcuts can make you much more efficient. Many new Mac users, however, can get a bit confused when shortcuts differ from those in Windows or other operating systems. In this article, we’ll walk you through these differences, and show you some top keyboard shortcuts that every Mac owner should know.
Yesterday's launch of iOS 5 was also the launch of Newsstand, Apple's solution for buying and updating magazines and periodicals on iPhones and iPads. It's pretty spiffy, and we are there -- in fact, as of this writing we're the No. 6 app on the Top Grossing list. You can buy a single issue for $5.99 or subscribe for just 99 cents per month, which you can cancel anytime. (So there's really no reason to buy that $5.99 single issue, seriously.) More details and screenshots inside...