to MacFor­mat, the UK’s best-sell­ing Ap­ple mag­a­zine

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It’s easy to for­get how im­por­tant it is to back up your Mac. Af­ter all, it’s not the most glam­orous of com­put­ing tasks. Yet we all should in­vest time, and a lit­tle bit of money, into safe­guard­ing our pre­cious doc­u­ments, pho­tos and mu­sic. Even if you’re al­ready us­ing OS X’s built-in pro­tec­tion, Time Ma­chine (who isn’t?), there’s more you can do. Is your back-up rou­tine ap­pro­pri­ate to your needs? Whether you need to back up one Mac­Book or pro­tect a small busi­ness, our main fea­ture ex­plains all, start­ing on page 28.

If you’re en­joy­ing Ap­ple Watch, you’ll find more than 90 tips on how to use it to the full, start­ing on page 70. There’s so much it can do, so we’ve bro­ken the tips down into dif­fer­ent cat­e­gories to make it easy to pick out what’s of most in­ter­est to you. If you’re still con­sid­er­ing buy­ing an Ap­ple Watch, read our re­view on page 84. There will be a fea­ture ded­i­cated to its fit­ness po­ten­tial in is­sue 289, on sale 8 July.

It’s an­other bumper month for new Macs too – read our in-depth re­view of the tiny new Mac­Book start­ing on page 86, and learn about the new 15-inch Retina Mac­Book Pro and the more af­ford­able Retina 5K iMac on page 6.

Chris­tian Hall Edi­tor edi­tor@macfor­mat.com

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