Essential AppleUser Magazine Vol 25


Apple Gadgets & Apps Tried And Tested

Whether you buy your tech from the Apple Store or a third-party outlet, you want to get the most for your money. In this issue, we take a look at the best hardware, software and games that are available for your Apple gear – and one or two stinkers!

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In this issue, we take an in-depth look at all sorts of gadgets and gismos for your Apple gear. If it’s compatible with an iPhone, iPad or Mac, we’re up for reviewing it. In fact, this issue is a reviews special, in which we give the usual tutorials, features and interviews a rest and devote the whole magazine to covering the latest add-ons. And we haven’t neglected software either. We cover a wide range of apps and games for all your Apple gear.

In the hardware section, we take a look at some top products including a couple of AOC monitors, a small but
perfectly formed portable SSD, two indoor security cameras and more. Don’t miss the Razer Kishi Universal Gaming Controller for iPhone either. If you like to play games on your iPhone, you should seriously consider buying one of these excellent controllers.

Talking of games, we have some amazing titles this issue. If you feel the need for speed, there’s Street Kart Racing. For football fans, there’s Football Manager 2021, the latest release in SEGA’s respected soccer management series, and who doesn’t like Tetris and Minecraft? Look out too for the excellent XCOM 2 Collection for iOS, and BioShock 2 Remastered.

For more serious software, there’s Parallels Desktop 16, which lets you run other operating systems such as Windows on your Mac. BeLight Software’s Amadine for iPhone and iPad is great for digital artists, and photographers will love DxO PhotoLab 4. Look out too for some awesome apps that add great functionality to your gear, such as GoodLinks for Mac and iOS and Things 3.

These are really exciting times to be an Apple user. The iPhone is going from strength to strength, the iPad is taking on board all sorts of great new features, including the Apple Silicon M1 CPU for the latest iPad Pro, and the Mac is currently undergoing a two-year transition from Intel processors to the aforementioned Apple Silicon M1 system-on-a-chip, which makes your desktop and notebook Mac faster, less power-hungry and more efficient all round. It’s a great time to read Essential AppleUser Magazine too. Next month we’ll tell you all about the new iMacs, unveiled in April 2021, but for now, enjoy this month’s gadgets, peripherals and software special.

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