Poor Most of the magazine wasn't bad, but there were several sections that said things that were just wrong. For example, the iPhone 5 doesn't have an A-15 processor, it has a modified Exynos 4212 which is two A-9 cores with dies that are 32 nm rather than 45 nm (standard A-9). Also the prediction that if the Surface tablets are successful then windows OEMs will die has no merit. Whoever allowed these and other errors to be included should be fired. It seems that it was written by idiots who know nothing about what they are writing about.
Not likeing it so far PC Mag... at least nov2012's issue, is incredibly apple-centric. And has almost no actual pc relevant information in it... there's a lot of things going on in the pc universe and this mag hasn't really expanded on any of it, with a small exception to the windows 8 fiasco which I found it more of a sweeping and unmerrited doom and gloom piece on the condition of OEMs. Glad I got a trial... I do not think this is a worthwhile purchase.
Att Google- Price discrepancy "Ok Google" (has that got your attention)? This is the 3rd pricing mistake & my 2nd review- TODAY. I've decided to write as these instinces keep happening. Initial price - $1.99. Upon clicking, actual price - $4.49! Once is a mistake, 3times in one day is unacceptable, incompetent & unfair to the publishers of the falsely advertised magazines. Appreciate a response or a subscription to one or some of the magazines at the advertised price! 5★'s for the great mag.
Could be better Why show digital magazine features such as video playback in magazine or expandable images and details of item but not have it where someone could actually use them? Its pointless for me to pay for something That's being given to me and others at mediocre quality. With the given layout, I'm sure iOS has a great viewing experience while android users suffer.
Too much Apple crap! People don't buy a PC magazine to look at Apple crap! Apple is a garbage company, with garbage products and douchebag lawsuits!
Cannot read via browser. The price has came down a fair amount which is really good, however, I still have one major complaint that's stopping me from buy any more magazines. I can only read what I buy on an Android device. Since I don't own a tablet, that means I have a 4-inch screen to view my magazines on. I want to see support for viewing them via a web browser (even if Chrome was the only one supported), just like they did with books. Add more ways to read the magazine and keep the price low and I'll buy more.
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