Giveaway: Win a brand-new iPhone 11 Pro Max and a copy of AnyTrans Credit: Adam Patrick MurrayIDGIDG
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Giveaway: Win a brand-new iPhone 11 Pro Max and a copy of AnyTrans

Want an iPhone 11 Pro Max? Starting today, we’re teaming up with AnyTrans—the iPhone manager that helps users transfer, manage, and back up their iPhone content from one place—to give away a free 64GB space gray iPhone 11 Pro Max to one lucky Macworld reader, along with a lifetime license of AnyTrans.

To sign up to win, simply enter your name and contact information through the form below. You can get additional chances to win if you follow us on Twitter, YouTube, or Facebook, and you’ll also get two additional chances to win if you retweet this tweet.

For loyal Macworld podcast listeners, we’ve got a special treat that you’ll see in the widget below. Answer the question, and you’ll get an extra chance at winning.

The contest begins today and runs through Tuesday, October 15 at 11:59 p.m. PT We’ll announce the winner on the Macworld Podcast at 10 a.m. Pacific on Wednesday, October 16, live on the Macworld Twitter feed.

When you get your new phone, you’ll also get a free copy of iMobie’s AnyTrans service to migrate photos, contacts, messages, music, videos, ringtones, and more to the iPhone 11 Pro Max with a simple tap. iMobie recently released AnyTrans 8, which gets updated to its 8th generation with a whole new UI, many useful new features, and data transferring and loading speed improved. AnyTrans 8.0's new "Phone Switcher" feature helps users make a seamless and flexible transition to new iPhone 11 (Pro or Pro Max), whether from an old iPhone or Android Phone.

Only legal residents of the 50 United States, including the District of Columbia, or Canada (except Quebec) are eligible to win. You must be 18 years of age or older.

iPhone 11 Pro Max giveaway


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