Enjoy a free copy of the Macworld digital magazine!

Macworld has been chronicling Apple, its awesome products, and its generous ecosystem since the beginning—or, to be more precise, since 1984 when Steve Jobs announced the very first Macintosh and our founding editors launched Macworld magazine. We (regrettably) discontinued the print edition in 2014, but the magazine continues today in digital form. 

Today, we’d love to reacquaint you with the Macworld magazine experience, so please download this complimentary PDF copy of the February issue. Like what you see? On page 2 of this issue, you’ll find a link to purchase 12 issues of the Macworld digital magazine edition for just $9.99, a 50 percent discount. 

In every monthly digital edition, the Macworld editors curate the best tips, reviews and features into a truly “best of” experience, complete with a lush, magazine-style design—that’s nearly free of ads. So please check out the February issue. It’s an awesome collection Macworld’s best, and we think you’ll love it. Here’s a peak of a small portion of what’s inside:

  • Deep dive: A complete guide to the new Mac Pro

  • Why Apple’s next Mac should be consumer focused

  • Find the parts of iTunes spread throughout different apps in macOS Catalina

  • iPhoto users action plan for macOS Catalina

  • Would Apple make its own Surface Neo?

  • Best Mac games of 2019

  • The new 10.2-inch iPad vs. the iPad Air

  • Here’s how Apple should rethink the entire Siri experience

  • Adobe Photoshop finally makes it to the iPad 

  • How to allow untrusted Shortcuts in iOS 13

  • How to use Apple’s new all-in-one app to find friends and devices

  • What’s the difference between Save, Save As, and Duplicate in macOS?

  • F-Secure Safe for Mac review

  • Powerbeats Pro review

  • Urbanears review

  • Polk Legend L100 review

  • Etymotic ER4XR review

  • TaoTronics TT-BH046 review

  • Mac 911: Cloud backups of Time Machine volumes

  • Mac 911: How to open enclosing folder items directly from a Spotlight search

Note: When you purchase something after clicking links in our articles, we may earn a small commission. Read our affiliate link policy for more details.

Source : Macworld