New Mac & i Magazine Issue 2/2023 Available in Stores

Mac & i issue 2/2023 now in stores

Mac & i Issue 2/2023 is now available in stores and online in the Heise Shop. This issue covers a range of interesting topics for Mac users, including which Mac to buy, running the latest macOS on old Macs, and artificial intelligence on Siri.

In the first article, Johannes Schuster helps readers navigate the many different Mac models and equipment variants available, providing recommendations on which Mac is best suited for different needs.

Leo Becker explores the challenges of running the latest macOS on older Macs. While OpenCore Legacy Patcher can still allow installation, it involves significant system intervention. Becker provides a step-by-step guide and six examples of how well older Macs run with OpenCore Legacy Patcher.

Marcus Schwarze examines the capabilities of Siri, Apple’s artificial intelligence, in comparison to other sophisticated language models and new AI techniques. He explores the importance of AI services, evaluates why Apple is lagging behind, and provides examples to demonstrate the possibilities of these services.

The issue also includes practical tips for Mac, iPhone, and iPad, covering the new features in iOS and iPadOS 16.4, free virtualization with the UTM app, and ideal extensions for Safari. There are reviews of hardware and software, including USB sticks, 10 Gigabit adapters, and the MacBook monitor Monduo 16 inch Pro Duo Display.

Inge Schwabe presents apps for tax returns for each platform, and Sebastian Trepesch compares Apple devices with Android smartphones. Christoph Dernbach delves into the impact of the corona pandemic on Apple’s balance sheet for 2022, and Fabian Bräunlein explores the potential of AirTag clones based on microcontrollers, which can be integrated into Apple’s Find My network.

Mac & i Issue 2/2023 is a must-read for anyone seeking to optimize their Mac experience and keep up-to-date with the latest trends in technology.

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