Latest Issue: November 2014

by Kenny Hemphill on November 3, 2014

Apple’s two new operating systems, OS X Yosemite and iOS 8 pull your iPhone, iPad, and Mac together in a way that completely changes how each can be used.

Whether you want to take phone calls or send text messages on your Mac, send files easily between devices, or start using an app on one platform and continue on the other without having to think about how to do it, iOS 8 and Yosemite make it possible.

In the November issue of MacUser, on sale now, we take a long hard look at both new operating systems and show you how to get the most from them.

Also this issue we’ve got hands-on coverage of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, news of Adobe’s new mobile Creative Cloud apps, and we go in-depth with Swift, Apple’s new programming language for the Mac and iOS devices.

We’ve got reviews of GRID 2, the track and road-racing game for the Mac; Photoshop Elements 13 and Premier Elements 13; Canon’s EOS 1200D entry-level DSLR, and a mobile, wireless NAS from Buffalo.

Howard Oakley explains the dangers of ‘cleaning’ apps, Steve Caplin looks at speaking in scribbles on Apple’s Watch, and Keith Martin gets to the point on resolution.

Don’t forget to write to us at and tell us what you think about any Apple, tech or digital issue. Follow @macusermagazine on Twitter for daily chat and thought-provoking links.

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