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Time seems to slow down when something catastrophic goes wrong with your Mac. You know, that moment when you realise, just as empty your Trash, that inside lay your only copy of that important document. Or as you watch your iPhone tumble towards a sink full of water.
Happily, almost no disaster is beyond saving, so in this issue we’re going to show you the steps you can take to recover from even apparently terminal calamities. And what’s more, since an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, we’ll show you the steps you can take today that guard against misfortune in the future. By spending just a few minutes (and just a few pounds, in some cases), you can put processes and practices in place that help keep you working and having fun with your Mac and iOS devices with minimal disruptions if disaster strikes. There’s a load of other great stuff in the issue too, as usual. Be sure to flick to page 18 to check out Matt’s in-depth preview of OS X 10.10 Yosemite (due in the autumn) to find out what’s coming next, especially since if your Mac is capable of running Mavericks (OS X 10.9) it will run Yosemite too, and it’ll be a free upgrade!