Stuff India October issue — out now!

The onset of tech influx is here, and we’ve got the best ones packed in this issue

Office parties are far and few so we’ve packed the October issue with the essentials for Office.

While our cover story is aimed at productivity and how to maximise your luck for the next increment. This issue will also definitely point you towards your next best smartphone. An Android that’s the poster boy on our cover and the Cupertino giant’s latest flagship.

A for Apple

Triple cameras aren’t new to the smartphone market, but Apple’s finally joined the crowd. The iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max has got a spanking new yearly upgrade on the inside. The latest super-charged Bionic chip will definitely leave team green sticking more RAM than usual to catch pace, but what we’re really excited for are the cameras. 

Step it up

If you get kicks from sporting the best of the best cleats then we’ve graciously pointed you in the best direction for every type of footing. In our upvoted feature we ran laps around the block to find the best footwear for fashion and fitness. We’ve even covered the shoe with the most tech inside and gave it a proper review to help you decide if wires are better than laces.

Working class heroes

Monsoon’s nearly over and a village idiot is in charge of the country – but no matter how depressing it is to get back to work or school, Stuff can make it more bearable with the finest new kit. We’ve jotted down the best tech to help you complete your armchair tasks with practicality, comfort and refinement.

The regular and rare

If you find a bloated midsection of Stuff, blame it on the relentless march of gadgets through our office doors, giving us sleepless nights and battery anxiety for a whole month. But the results are worth it as this is one of our most jam-packed issues of 2019 thus far! All the latest and hottest launches from IFA Berlin, a very special trip to Japan for a new HP 2-in-1, a luxurious ride in the granddaddy of SUVs, one on one time with the new OnePlus TV and much more.

Grab a copy of Stuff India from your friendly neighbourhood supermarkets and newsagents. If the lethargy beats you on this one, sign up quickly for an online subscription. Avail special offers, goodies or go read the digital edition courtesy of our friends at Magzter.