We all take pride in setting up our offices at home to make the perfect workspace, so why don’t we approach our desktops with the same gusto? Perhaps those customisations are considered too time-consuming or difficult to achieve. Well, help is at hand with our complete guide to OS X tweaks on page 30. There you’ll find dozens of tips for creating a great work environment and mastering useful shortcuts that will genuinely change the way you use your Mac.
This issue’s Apple Home will be music to your ears if you’ve been thinking about upgrading to a system like Sonos (which is now certified for Apple Music). Multiroom wireless audio is now established tech, and we show you how to get the right setup and what to invest your cash in.
If you’ve recently got a new iOS device, we’ll show you how to get off to the best start with our pick of the very best free apps for iPhone, iPod, iPad and Apple Watch – see page 82. We hope you’re enjoying our new-look magazine, and we always look forward to your feedback. Themes that crop up time and time again are iCloud and iWork. This month we take a look at Family Sharing and version tracking of iWork documents on iOS – we know you’ll find this advice useful. Finally, if iPhone battery life still grates with you, see page 95 for our head-to-head test of Mophie’s battery pack and the official iPhone 6s Smart Battery Case from Apple.