If the post-Christmas fashion and furniture sales leave you cold, MacUser has just the thing to warm you up in our Winter Special in the January 2015. From 3D printers to headphones and laptop cases we showcase the best ways to flex your credit card in 2015. We’ve also got the best games to help you while away those long winter evenings.
If you’re saving your Apple-based spending for the Watch later in the year, you’ll want to go straight to our in-depth feature on WatchKit, the set of tools developers are using to build apps for Apple’s timepiece (you might also want to take a look at our Apple Watch Magbook).
Also this issue, we tell the story of how the iPad has transformed the comic book industry, and Keith Martin extolls the virtues of the best font you never knew you had.
There are reviews of the 2014 Mac mini, Sony’s camcorder designed specifically for recording music performances, a pair of portable routers that allow you to share a mobile data connection, and Nikon’s D7100 DSLR. There are a couple of terrific tools for Mac musicians, Reason 8 and Komplete 10, as well as BBEdit 11, and ScreenFlow 5. Plenty, in other words, to keep you occupied through the holidays and well into the New Year.
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