It’s all about the money. But then, isn’t everything? In the July/August 2016 issue of Stuff Magazine, we’re all about the money and the various ways you can save, access, monitor and invest it. All from the comfort of your home, without having to stand in a queue in a bank somewhere with other… people. Money’s too important to have to wait for someone else to finish their banking. Seriously though, Stuff‘s Fintech issue covers everything from banking apps to Bitcoin (and friends), from investment to ignoring your wallet – in favour of an app-based payment solution in that last case.
And there’s also a lot of saving to be had, thanks to a joint venture between WeChat, Incredible Connection and Stuff Magazine. Want a substantial saving on some epic tech? Find out just how to get a discount and a cash rebate in your WeChat Wallet in the July/August 2016 issue of Stuff Magazine.
As with life, money isn’t everything in this double issue of Stuff. We’ve got the likes of the Huawei P9, the first true dual-camera handset we’ve seen landing from any manufacturer. Which does cost money, we have to admit. How does this innovating camera technology change the game for mobile photographers? You’ll find out inside (on p58, if you want to jump right there).
Kindle’s newest book-replacement is the Kindle Oasis, a massively-thin, incredibly-awesome and also fearsomely-price new e-reader that is the one to buy if you’re serious about your written word. But do the skinny hardware, battery-toting cover and all of those features justify a price tag that starts here in SA at R8,000? Well, there’s one way to find out and that’s to get hold of the July/August 2016 issue of the magazine.
Want more? We can make that happen too. We take a sneak peek at Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, review Blizzard’s awesome Overwatch and get our hands on a box-load of very expensive watches and some alcohol that we promise we didn’t drink before 12PM. Then there’s the new 2016 MacBook, Canon’s EOS 1300D, the 2016 Toyota Prius and a look at Apple’s Carplay against Android Auto, among other highlights. Get your copy of the July/August 2016 Stuff Magazine right freaking now.