The iPhone Life team invites you to contribute to the next issue of iPhone Life magazine, hitting the newsstands in early October. Our next issue is our 2012 Buyer's Guide, and it's usually our biggest issue of the year.
We're looking for articles about traveling with your iPhone and iPad for a special "digital-only" issue of iPhone Life coming out soon.
What are your favorite traveling apps? How should users handle roaming and data usage while traveling? What are your top tips for iTravelers? What are the best iPhone and iPad travel accessories?
Writing for iPhone Life is a fun way to share your knowledge and increase your exposure. We'll also pay you $25 for each published article.
If you have an iPhone, you’ve probably tried your hand at iPhone photography. From amazing apps to great gear, there are numerous ways to improve your images, no matter if you’re a novice or a seasoned professional. In response to your loud enthusiasm for iPhone Photography, we're thrilled to feature a new special issue all about “iPhoneography.” To download the stand-alone special issue, go to our iPhone Life Mag newsstand app.
The iPhone Life team invites you to contribute to the next issue of iPhone Life magazine, hitting the newsstands in early August. The theme for this issue is "Back to School," and will also include regular sections such as People, At Work, Great Gear, Creating Great Apps, iPhoneography, and more. Writing for iPhone Life is a fun way to increase your exposure in the mobile space. If we publish your article, we will include your contact information with a picture and small bio.
**Update: iPhone Life magazine debuted at #2 on Apple Newsstand on April 5th, just behind the New York Times (screenshot below)**
The iPhone Life team invites you to contribute to our yearly How-To Guide, hitting the newsstands in early June. The majority of the articles will have some “how-to” angle, but we will also have our regular sections like People, At Work, Great Gear, Creating Great Apps, etc. Writing for iPhone Life is a fun way to increase your exposure, and if we publish your article, we will include your contact information with a picture and small bio. We'll also pay $25 for each published article.
Apple is currently holding a keynote about their new line of products, with the new version of the iPad expected to be unveiled.
Unfortunately, there's no live video streaming, but here are some great live streaming blogs to follow the keynote:
Cameron Oelsen and Antony Basta are self-declared Apple fanboys. They started making their first iPhone app when they were 14 and 15 years old. With the help of their parents, they registered a company, Rumbleapps.net, and set out to launch QuikSocial, an iPhone app that makes it easy to access all your social networks at once. That was 2 years ago.
Apple opened it's Foxconn factory doors to ABC's Nightline, and the episode aired last night. Anchor Bill Weir walked through the massive Chinese facilities and was allowed to talk to anyone and everyone. Workers make an average of $1.78 an hour, working 12-hour shifts and 6-day work weeks. Foxconn came under scrutiny last year when several employees committed suicide within the span of a few months. It has since come to light that the suicide rate at Foxconn is actually much lower than the Chinese average.
What are your thoughts? Does seeing this make you feel guilty about buying Apple products? What would you like Apple to do (if anything)?
Share your comments below.
I got a chance to check out the Mobo Stand by Fancygearbox.com ($24.99). The stand comes in two colors, black and white, and it arrives neatly packaged into a keychain-sized housing that is easy to carry around. When you take it out, it transforms into a mini-tripod for your iPhone. It is perfect for using alongside a Bluetooth keyboard, watching video, or making Skype or FaceTime video calls.
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