December Issue of MacToday Magazine Now Available

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Is already available for download on iPad or iPhone, and for free, the December issue of MacToday Magazine. We have already spoken to you in the past of this magazine focused on the Apple world, but the new number is already available and we do not want to miss the opportunity to talk about it. What can we expect from the December issue of MacToday, the last number of this intense year?


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“The Special” of December MacToday

2013 is coming to an end. In a few days eat the grapes (at least if you read us from Spain) and start a new year. The MacToday Special is titled "Apple Challenges in 2014". After a video that shows historical milestones in the products of the company of the bitten apple, three firms make an analysis on the present and future of Apple.

  1. Apple in 2013: introduce you to the devices and applications that Apple has put on the market during this year.
  2. Tim, the market hardens: the writer analyzing Apple against its competition and the market movements that are taking place.
  3. What we can see in 2014: The author looks at his crystal ball and will tell you what devices and programs you could expect during 2014 according to the market movements analyzed in the previous article.

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<h3>“In depth” on MacToday</h3>
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  1. Battery saving in iOS: Hardware: you will find tricks to configure the hardware elements in your devices: WiFi, Bluetooth, AirDrop and much more so that you only have activated what you really need.
  2. Battery savings in iOS: Software: Know which functions and services consume the most battery. Set them up, use other programs and make your battery last much longer.
  3. Operation and management of a battery: Know what it is and how a battery works.

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<h3>“The Interview” by MacToday</h3>
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In this section you will find reports of rabid news. This month you can read:

  • “Apple Devices in Car: Siri Eyes Free”: or how in the near future you can activate Siri using a button on the steering wheel.
  • "Corworking": shared spaces for professionals, freelancers and micro businesses where collaborative and step work is encouraged, saving a few euros.
  • “Technological Fever at Christmas”: a review of the technological devices that will be all the rage this Christmas and that will fill the sacks of the Magi and of Santa Claus.

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Two applications are thoroughly analyzed in this section so that you get the most out of your day.

iOStudio: learn to create your own app

Continuing with the course to create apps, this month know the xCode tool thoroughly, the tool that Apple has created to develop in Cocoa, the native programming language of iOS.

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You will also find other sections (no less important) such as “MacToPlay iOS” where they analyze the game Rayman: Fiesta Run; "We have tested" with the analysis of the Lumix GX7 camera; “News and Rumors”; “Guest signature” where you discover Apple's commitment to the environment.

Nodejes to read “Mobile Objective”, a corner to see spectacular photos and how they are made; “Top Apps” with the recommended apps of the month and "It's hard to be a" Switcher "" where you will know tricks to move from other operating systems such as Windows or Linux to OS X. And if you like to travel, with the section "We travel to …" Get to know New York: how to travel, what to visit and what Apps will be useful to you when you decide to travel to the Big Apple.

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