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Becca is a blogger, freelance writer, and iDevice addict. She lives in the middle of the Arizona desert with her husband and two boys, and can't imagine life getting any better. Read about her crazy life at MyCrazyGoodLife.com, or connect with her on twitter @BeccaLudlum

Tip of the Day: How to Set Up an Apple ID for a Child Under 13


Apple allows children under the age of 13 to have their own Apple ID if the account is created and verified by a parent or guardian, and only for the purpose of being added to a Family Group for Family Sharing. Having an Apple ID will allow your child to use services such as FaceTime, Game Center, iMessage, and iCloud. 

Favorite iPhone 6 Battery Cases


OtterBox Resurgence Power Case ($99.95) 

Military-grade protection, a 2,600 mAh battery, and an auto-stop charge are some of the key features of this case. The auto-stop charge means that the case will stop charging your battery when it reaches 100 percent, saving the battery power for later when you need it. Available in black, glacier, cardinal, and mint ice.

Find Your Trade-In Alter Ego with NextWorth


When it comes to saving money, one popular method is trading in old electronics for cash on sites like NextWorth.com and Gazelle.comBut when it comes to trading in old mobile devices, not everyone is looking for the same thing. Some of us are looking for the fastest payout, while others are looking for the best deal. To help, NextWorth created an entertaining infographic that will take readers through a flowchart for determining which popular TV character they're most like for trading in old devices, and thus what route they should take next time when trading in.

Who is your NextWorth Alter Ego?

How the Apple Watch Helps You Meet Health and Fitness Goals


The Apple Watch is cool. It might be the next big thing in smartwatches, and it's certainly a step above the rest when comparing it to wearable fitness monitors. 

March 9 Apple Announcement: Apple Watch Availability and Pricing


Whoever you are, there's an Apple Watch for you. These beautiful timepieces are completely customizable–you choose the face and band. Preorder and preview April 10, available April 24 in the following countries: Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, United Kingdom, United States. Apple is working on making the Apple Watch available everywhere. 

March 9 Apple Announcement: Medical Research Apps Will Help Researchers Cure Diseases


Small sample sizes, frequency of data, subjective data, and one-way communication have always been issues in the Medical Research field. Research Kit is a software kit built in to iPhone that allows researchers to collect data about certain diseases right from iPhone users who have these diseases.

SMS Sport Headphones Review


Are you frustrated with earbuds that fall out, don’t fit, or lack stellar sound quality? These in-ear SMS headphones in the Street by 50 product line are the last headphone you'll need to purchase. 

My Favorite iPhone Cases for Every Situation



I understand that others might not change their iPhone cases daily like I do, but I think we can all agree that there are times when you need something different then your "everyday" case. Here are the cases that I'm using right now—for every situation. 

zBoost Cell Phone Signal Booster Review


The zBoost SOHO boosts cell phone signals for both voice and text for all of the major cell phone providers. The zBoost cell phone booster consists of two main parts: the base unit that resides indoors and the external antenna which resides on the roof of your home. Though installation wasn't plug in and go, we are thrilled that we can now disconnect our landline and finally use our cell phones in our home.

Tip of the Day: How to Remove a Song from Your iPhone (But Not Your Library)


Sometimes we come across a random song that we didn’t mean to add to our iPhone library. Sometimes our kids download inappropriate songs. And sometimes, we just get tired of songs and want to change our library up a bit. We recently found a song with explicit lyrics on my younger son's Playlist on my phone (you can tell by the 'E' circled next to the song title). We promptly deleted the song with just a couple of taps. 

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