Latest Issue: October 2014

by Kenny Hemphill on September 25, 2014

It’s big, very big. It’s bendy, at least if you put it in the pocket of your skinny jeans and keep it there all day, and it’s very, very beautiful.

The iPhone 6 Plus is the biggest, and also the thinnest, iPhone Apple has ever made. Together with the iPhone 6, it re-defines the iPhone completely – if you want a ‘regular’-sized model, you’ll have to make do with the previous generation 5c or 5s, both of which are still on sale.

Alongside the new iPhones, Apple announced the Watch, a timepiece designed to connect to your iPhone and which can perform all sorts of tricks, including sending your pulse as a tiny vibration to another Apple Watch owner.

In the new issue of MacUser, October 2014, we’ve got coverage of all the announcements from Apple’s event last month, including in-depth reports on the new iPhones and Apple Watch.

Also this issue, Steve Caplin looks at 3D printing, there’s a round-up of the best Thunderbolt docks money can buy, and we test the latest 15in Retina McBook Pro. We’ve also got reviews of the Getting Things Done fans favourite, OmniFocus, Roxio’s Toast 12 Pro, and a mini external SSD from Freecom.

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