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Editor’s Notes

A lot has happened since our last issue. Apple (virtually) hosted a big Spring ‘Special Event’ in which it launched several new products, which are all now available to order. If you missed the reveals as they happened, check out our News section for a recap of the new iMac, iPad Pro, AirPods, Apple TV, and more.

There was a lot to discuss following those announcements, so we’ve dedicated three Features this issue to dive into Apple’s latest and greatest in more detail. There was much to be impressed by, but we do have to question some of recent Apple’s decisions. It’s likely this is merely the first part of a puzzle that will be completed when WWDC rolls around in June, so be sure to stick around for even more big news then.

Moving on from new products, we’re taking a look at RSS apps in our main Reviews roundup this time. RSS is a way to curate your own news feed from blogs and websites you like, and makes a great alternative to relying on ‘the algorithm’ from Facebook or Instagram to deliver your daily content feeds.

We also have a full-to-bursting How-To section with tips on playlists, photography, customization, hackers, and wallpapers.

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