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In the July issue
This month we look back at 20 Years of the iMac, from the reaction to such a radical new mac, to its lasting legacy and how its influence reaches far beyond the desktop, or even the PC. We also look forward to a new kind of Mac, one that runs iOS apps.
Also in this month’s issue:
• MacUser: How Apple’s big picture ventures get small for the consumer. Plus, give your old Mac software eternal life.
• MacUser Reviews: CloudMounter 3.2, Omnicharge Omni 20 USB-C battery pack
• iOS Central: We have the latest iPhone rumors, plus a roundup of the nest calculator apps
• iOS Central Reviews: Read our reviews of the Eve Button and the Wanle Gamers Console for iPhone
• Working Mac: How to use a network gateway to share files
• Playlist: 4 reasons why YouTube Premium will beat Apple Music
• Mac 911: How to get rid of a persistent macOS Messages badge icon, plus use an iPad as a display for a headless Mac
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