Every day, Macworld brings you the essential daily news and other info about all things Apple. But staying on top of that torrent of information can be a constant challenge. One solution: the Macworld digital magazine.
In the February issue
In the February issue we pit the iPhone 12 vs. Android’s best phones. Learn about the 7 ways iOS 14 protects your privacy. We also have reviews of the iPad Air, iPhone 12 mini and HomePod mini.
Also in this month’s issue:
• MacUser: How to fix iOS apps on the Mac, the M1 Mac’s most disappointing feature. Plus, Apple working on its first cellular modem which could bring 5G to the MacBook.
• MacUser Reviews: Sabrent XTRM-Q SSD, Tripp Lite SmartPro Line-Interactive Sine Wave UPS
• iOS Central: Apple’s App Store priorities for the year ahead. Plus, AirDrop is great for the iPhone, iPad and Mac, but we have some ideas to make it even better.
• iOS Central Reviews: iPhone 12 mini, Apple MagSafe Duo Charger
• Working Mac: Screen mismatch in Keynote? There’s a button to fix that. Plus reviews of Parallels Desktop 16, Nifty File Lists
• Playlist: HomePod mini review: Small sound and familiar frustrations.
• Mac 911: Coping with inconsistent facial recognition in Apple Photos, how to use Optimize Mac Storage with iCloud Drive to pack videos into a crowded Mac
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- Tap the ‘Continue’ button.
- Go to ‘Library’ tab.
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