Latest Issue: September 2014

by Kenny Hemphill on September 2, 2014

It’s more than four years since the first iPad first landed on these shores and in that time we’ve become accustomed to the idea that Apple’s tablet can be used to do just about anything, from making movies to monitoring your diet and exercise routine.

There are so many apps and accessories available, however, that navigating the App Store to find the best ones can be more than a little daunting. Which is where our cover feature this issue, September 2014, comes in. Quite simply, it’s a guide to the all the best stuff you can do with an iPad and the best apps and accessories to do it with.

Also this issue we’ve have a review of the brand new Retina MacBook Pro, a guide to using your Mac remotely, and a round-up of the best iPad pens. There are reviews of a wearable 4K camera from Panasonic, a pair of stylish Bluetooth speakers from Teufel, and Quark’s flagship, QuarkXPress 10.2.

Craig Grannell explains why Apple hasn’t done enough on accessibility, Daniel Benneworth-Gray is unimpressed with stock photography, and Steve Caplin raises eyebrows.

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