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Blue Microphones' Mo-Fi Headphones: Taking Hi-Fi to the Next Level

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I've been hearing a good deal of positive feedback from my peers in the tech press about the Blue Microphones' Mo-Fi headphones ($349.98), so I was eager to spend some time sampling the audio performance and comfort that these oddly designed headphones offered. What I discovered was a pair of high-end, superior-quality headphones that manage to set themselves apart from a crowded field in a number of unique and distinguishing ways.

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CES 2015: The Best iOS-Compatible Drones

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Drones, drones and more drones. Pardon the pun, but drones were all the buzz at this year's CES. Along with the iPhone-Life-award-winning, high-end, HEXO + drone ($1,149.00), and the ultra portable and more affordable ZANO drone (approximately $200.00), which received honorable mention and which you can read more about here, CES also featured several other excellent entries in the iOS-controlled drone category. Even though CES has come and gone, the excitement over the plethora of drones exhibited on the CES show floor lingers on.



DIY iPhone Cases

The moment I held my iPhone6 in Apple store last October, I flipped. For starter, it was my favorite space gray color. Compared to my old iPhones, it had a larger screen and higher pixel resolution. 4.7 Inch was perfectly good for my hands. It had a larger body in size but it felt thinner due to rounded edges. As an editor, I trusted the fast wi-fi speed to work anywhere I wanted. And the CPU processing was the fastest ever. I gotta say, it brought me unprohibited happiness.

It was not until a major crush unto the groud causing SIM chip loose and a dent on the frame happened that I became aware that iPhone is not a fairy tale weapon but an assebmly of metal, glass, plastic and chips. I bought a phone case and a film as soon as I could. 


DIY iPhone Cases

The moment I held my iPhone6 in Apple store last October, I flipped. For starter, it was my favorite space gray color. Compared to my old iPhones, it had a larger screen and higher pixel resolution. 4.7 Inch was perfectly good for my hands. It had a larger body in size but it felt thinner due to rounded edges. As an editor, I trusted the fast wi-fi speed to work anywhere I wanted. And the CPU processing was the fastest ever. I gotta say, it brought me unprohibited happiness.

It was not until a major crush unto the groud causing SIM chip loose and a dent on the frame happened that I became aware that iPhone is not a fairy tale weapon but an assebmly of metal, glass, plastic and chips. I bought a phone case and a film as soon as I could. 


‘Art Doodle’ - doodle on images with your finger on your iPhone.

‘Art Doodle’ - doodle on images with your finger on your iPhone.

Art Doodle is an easy to use drawing and doodling app, use your finger to create an image or take a photo and draw on it.

Fancy yourself as an artist, then use this app to create your very own master pieces.

Have fun creating funny pictures and show your friends and family.

Experience the joy of drawing with your finger in creating amazing works of art!

The whole family will enjoy using the app with its easy to use interface.


CES 2015: Philips Fidelio NC1L Takes Home iPhone Life's Best of CES Award

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The Philips Fidelio NC1L on-ear headphones with Active Noise Cancellation ($299.00) made waves at this year's CES, touting a direct digital connection to your iDevice via Apple's Lightning port. Even though Apple (quietly) announced support for this headphone feature earlier last year, few companies have taken advantage of this connective potential, not even Apple's own headphone company, Beats by Dre. The ability of the NC1L to establish a direct, 24-bit, Digital to Analog Conversion (DAC) is impressive enough. Couple that with the fact that the NC1L draw power for their Active Noise Cancellation from your iPhone or iPad and it's no wonder that these amazing sounding cans are the recipients of iPhone Life Magazine's Best of CES award.



CES 2015: Meet the ZANO Autonomous Drone; Aerial Selfies Have Never Been so Easy!

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The autonomous, intelligent ZANO drone is designed to sense and avoid obstacles and is perfect for anyone new to drone piloting, or anyone interested in putting a drone to good use as a flying, selfie-taking, remote aerial vehicle.



CES 2015: What to Expect

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CES 2015 is just around the corner and the iPhone Life team will be bringing you live, on-the-ground coverage of what is the largest international gathering in the tech industry. According to the Consumer Electronics Association, this sprawling event will cover over two million square feet and is expected to attract well over 150,000 industry professionals to the city of Las Vegas. CES 2015 is sure to offer plenty of surprises as well as previews of some amazing new technology. Read on after the break for some of our CES predictions and a glimpse into what we can expect from this year's grand event.



Apple TV AirPlay Mirroring Could Work Both Ways

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Apple TV's AirPlay mirroring feature has been a great reason to own an Apple TV. Users can launch videos on a portable iOS device and "throw" the display to the big screen. Games can be shared with an audience as well. It's a great tool for education, as teachers can find a video on their iPad or iPhone and share it with the classroom.



iPhone Life Blogger's Choice Awards: Best Apps of 2014

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We know you've come to rely on the bloggers at iPhoneLife.com for helpful reviews of all the best offerings in the App Store. With over 1 million apps for your iPhone and over 475,000 apps for your iPad, deciding which apps to download can be overwhelming. That's why we asked all of our bloggers to vote for their favorite apps released or updated in 2014. Here are their top two apps in each of six categories!



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