Cult of Mac Magazine: Updates Galore! iOS 8, iTunes, Boot Camp

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More updates than you can shake a selfie stick at.
More updates than you can shake a selfie stick at.
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This week, Apple has released a ton of new updates into the wild, including better-and-better versions of iOS 8, an iTunes that does Apple Music a bit better, and a Boot Camp that will let you run Windows 10 on your Mac. Try that on your Chromebook.

We’ve got a ton more, too, like killer tips and tricks for the public beta of iOS 9, a slick feature on trailblazer photographers who took selfies back in the day, and some ideas on how Apple Watch should track weightlifting sessions at your local gym.

All that and much, much more in this week’s Cult of Mac Magazine

(Note: Because of Cult of Mac’s recent redesign, some images are not displaying properly in this week’s issue of Cult of Mac Magazine. We apologize in advance — and we’re working on it.)

Apple’s final iOS 8 update fine-tunes Apple Music

So many new updates!
So many new updates!

Nice updates for Apple Music and Beats 1 come in what’s likely the last update before iOS 9. Plus: How to get the iOS 9 public beta now.
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Save your battery with iOS 9’s Low Power Mode

Save yourself some battery power for later, ok?
Save yourself some battery power for later, ok?

This new feature should prove super-useful when you need to eke out a bit more time with your device, provided you’re not doing anything too intense.
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Could Apple Watch soon track weightlifting as well as cardio?

Lift heavy things and track it with your Apple Watch.
Lift heavy things and track it with your Apple Watch.

As a fitness tracker, Apple Watch is currently little more than a fancy pedometer. But that’s likely to change.
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These trailblazers took selfies before selfies were a thing

Is that you, Dave?
Is that you, Dave?

Everybody’s doing it today, but these photographic pioneers got there first.
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Apple might try to turn your car into a cockpit

Zoom zoom.
Zoom zoom.

Apple is looking to bring fighter-jet technology to your car’s dashboard, according to a new report.
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