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The Apple Store is the perfect symbol of the company and products we’ve come to know and love: it’s gorgeous, shiny, enticing and impossible to ignore. But there are plenty more options, because Macs are available these days from a greater variety of outlets than ever before. So where should you shop, what should you choose, how can you buy it safely, and is there any way to shave a few quid off that exquisitely typeset Apple Store price tag? Read the full article in MacFormat issue 219, on sale now.
If you spend your day using PCs, dealing with infuriating glitches becomes second nature. But Apple has made things so straightforward that you get used to stuff just working. When it doesn’t, it comes as a nasty shock. Fortunately, the brick walls you may occasionally run up against will generally turn out, on closer inspection, to be mere ha-has in the garden of Mac. So next time you find yourself staring at the screen with a mounting sense of horror, take a deep breath and read this article. In MacFormat issue 215, on sale now.
From the Finder to the Firewall, key shortcuts to sync tricks, we round up all the clever little wrinkles that can make life sweeter in Mac OS X. If you’ve ever thought ‘there ought to be a smarter way to do that’, there probably is, and it’s probably here. Read the full article in MacFormat issue 213, on sale now.