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In the April issue
This month, we take a first look at Photos for OSX, and how to prepare your iPhoto library for the transition.
Also in this month’s issue:
• Apple Car: Snowballing evidence tells us Apple is prepping for an automotive launch within the next five years.
• Safely share your location with iOS 8: iOS 8 offers precise enough control over who can see your location and when they can see it, that even a privacy lover like Glenn Fleishman is on board .
• Six things Apple should fix in iOS 9: Executive Editor Susie Ochs has some suggestions for Apple to shore up some existing features that could use a little polish.
• Master Keyboard shortcuts: Smart key combos make for a faster, more efficient workflow.
• Apple’s Tim Cook warns of “dire consequences” if tech companies can’t protect the privacy of those who use their products.
• Senior Editor Christopher Breen shows how to archive your email, contacts and calendars before it’s too late.
• Declutter your Camera Roll. Associate Editor Leah Yamshon shows you three photo management apps to help you tackle the job.
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