iPhone Life magazine

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Sarah Kingsbury is the web editor of iPhone Life magazine. She has written for savvyvegetarian.com and worked as the associate editor of the Iowa Source for many years.

Tip of the Day: Use Siri to Add Reminders to Specific Lists


When you ask Siri to remind you about something, like your car payment, Siri automatically adds the reminder to the default Reminders list. But if you want the reminder added to a different list, that's possible too. You just have to phrase your request a little differently.

Tip of the Day: How to Turn on Siri Just by Raising Your iPhone to Your Ear


(Please note that this tip now only applies to those who haven't upgraded to iOS 8. The Raise to Speak feature has been replaced in iOS 8 with the Hey Siri feature.)

If you're not already using Siri, you need to start right now. Siri is awesome because it makes doing things like setting reminders and alarms, dictating calls and emails, calculating tips, and creating secure passwords quick, easy, and hands free. 

You can make Siri even more convenient to use by using the Raise to Speak feature. Here's how:

Introducing iPhone Life Insider


Your iPhone is packed with cool features and amazing capabilities. But let's be honest; how much of your iPhone's functionality do you actually take advantage of? And isn't there that one thing that you wish you knew how to do with your iPhone, such as setting up your calendar or using call waiting, but you just don't have the time to figure it out? That's why we created the iPhone Life Insider program. Whether you're an iPhone newbie or an iOS enthusiast, or you just can't shake the feeling there's more to your iPhone than you know, iPhone Life Insider can take you to the next level of iPhone and iPad expertise!

Top April Fools' Day Jokes


Ah, April 1st, the day when companies do their best to give us all a laugh by promoting fake and funny products and services. Here's a roundup of some of our favorites.

Tip of the Day: Send Audio Messages Even if You Don't Have iOS 8


If you have an older iOS device, such as an iPhone 4S, you have probably chosen not to update to iOS 8. Which means you're missing the fun of sending audio messages to your friends and family. The way around that is to record and share brief Voice Memos instead.

What to Expect from Apple’s March 9 Event


Tomorrow, during Apple’s “Spring Forward” event, Tim Cook is expected to officially launch the Apple Watch, five months after first announcing the device last September. This will be the first time Apple has released a new product category since Cook became CEO.

Tip of the Day: How to Quickly Zoom In on Your iPhone or iPad Screen


If you constantly find yourself squinting at your iPhone screen and you're tired of always pinching and zooming in and out, you can try turning on your iPhone's Zoom setting for easy zooming.

Tip of the Day: How to Save Photos Received via Messages or Emails


If you've ever received a photo on your iPhone via text or email that you wanted to save or share, you'll be glad to know saving the image to your Photos app or copying and pasting it into a new email is quick and easy.

Tip of the Day: Your Apple EarPods Do A Lot More Than Turn the Volume Up Or Down


Once you get over the fact that Apple's earbuds are called EarPods™ you can start to appreciate all the cool things you can do with them. You can answer and decline calls, fast-forward and rewind songs, take pictures, and more with your Apple earphones. Oh yeah, and you can also adjust the volume up and down. 

Tip of the Day: How to Teach iOS Autocorrect New Words


Autocorrect is awesome at turning your garbled typing into coherent messages, notes, and more.

Except when it's not. 

Here's how to make the awesomeness of autocorrect work for you:

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