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TechLife's July 2021 issue is out now!

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The latest issue of TechLife is now on sale, and it's all about keeping you connected to your home Wi-Fi! This expert guide to Apple networking will teach you how to get the strongest wireless coverage you can all over your house. Plus, we take a look at the best tech for your backyard, dive into the alarming global chip shortage, and we take an in-depth look at which is the better tech for your TV - OLED or QLED

Reviewed in this issue...

Asus Chromebox 4
LG Gram 17
Lenovo ThinkBook 14s Yoga
LG G1 Gallery OLED TV
Earfun Air Pro

And a whole lot more inside!

Grab your copy from newsagents, selected supermarkets or digitally via the Zinio app or Apple Newsstand from Monday, May 31, 2021.

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