Planned topics of issue 02/2020 – April 02
Space close: March 11, 2020
iPhone car mounts
With a car cradle you always have the iPhone within reach and sight while driving. Whether it’s better to attach it to the windscreen, air vents or dashboard, and how much strain the car-mounts can withstand, the Mac & i test clarifies.
Power for the MacBook
Thanks to USB-C, you can charge current MacBooks with third-party chargers and power banks. They also provide power for other devices with USB. We test power supplies and batteries with Power Delivery.
Manufacturers, retailers and online shops offer all kinds of accessories for Apple products. The editorial mailbox also contains all sorts of bizarre and useful little helpers for Mac, iPhone, iPad, AirPods or the Watch. We take a critical look at gadgets of all stripes, from cool to core scrap.
On the go via app
Away from private transport: Mac & i tries out how to get ahead only with the iPhone. The editorial team tests mobility apps for trains, buses, public transport, ridesharing, ride pooling, taxis, car sharing, electric scooters, e-scooters, rental bicycles or a combination of various modes of transport.
Tax return programs
A tax advisor is only really needed in special cases, because a large part of the challenges cover WISO tax and the tax saving declaration of the academic working group. In the test, Mac & i highlights the advantages and disadvantages of the two candidates.
Topics are subject to change