iPhone Life magazine


Olloclip Adds Wide-Angle Active Lens to Its Lineup


Olloclip has added yet another camera accessory to its lineup. The new Active Lens for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus is available for preorder on its website.

Ztylus Metal: A Clever Camera Case


With a name like Ztylus, I was expecting a stylus, but instead Ztylus gave me the Ztylus Metal Camera Kit ($114.95) to try, which includes an iPhone case and 4-in-1 revolver lens. I came away impressed. 

The Stealthy Selfie Stick for Spies and Stars


Selfies are big and a selfie stick is the only way to get a good shot without your arm being in the way. Even Tom Hanks took an epic selfie with David Letterman, but to make it a nice photo, he used a selfie stick. Now some museums and events have banned selfie sticks, including Apple's own Worldwide Developers Conference. So if you're going to bring a selfie stick, you will want an ubtrusive stealthy model.

Congratulations to Winners of iPhone Life's July/August Photo Contest


A huge thank you to everyone who entered our July/August iPhone Photography Contest! We had so much fun seeing all of your creative shots.

The following are this issue’s winners:

Congratulations Photo Contest Winners!


A huge thank you to everyone who entered our May/June iPhone Photography Contest! We had so much fun seeing all of your creative shots.

The following are last issue’s winners:

Vote Now in the iPhone Life Photo Contest: Voting Ends March 7!


Vote now in the iPhone Life iPhone Photography Contest! The voting deadline is Saturday, March 7. Click HERE to choose your favorite images. The top nine photos will be featured in an upcoming issue of iPhone Life magazine.

Apple Posts "World Gallery" Web Page Highlighting 77 Stunning Photos Taken with iPhone 6


On Sunday Apple posted a new World Gallery web page that features stunning photos by 77 photographers taken with the iPhone 6, which Apple describes as "the world's most popular camera." Each photo is accompanied by a caption that gives the name and location of the photographer, a description of what makes the photo effective and the techniques used, and the apps used by the photographer. One can glean a lot of tips for taking great photos by reading the descriptions.

Olloclip Does it Again, Big Time


I've written often about Olloclip and their clip-on lenses for iPhones. Their latest batch supports both the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, using an insert for each phone. This is great if you have both types of phones in your household, or if you might upgrade later. We have a few iPhone 6 phones in the family, but might add a 6 Plus to the household, so it's always nice when accessory makers keep multiple devices in mind.

Enter the iPhone Life Photo Contest: Deadline February 28!


It's photo contest time again. We know you enjoy taking the occasional artistic shot with your iPhone, so why not get rewarded for it? Enter our iPhone Photography Contest for a chance to win awesome prizes and a spot in our magazine! 

CES Recap: Home (and Pet) Monitoring!


This should be the year of home automation, as Apple's HomeKit specification starts to take root, and CES had a number of products in that arena. The Ring Video Doorbell is a novel product that can replace a doorbell, using the existing wiring. It lets you see who is at the door and communicate with them thanks to a microphone and speaker, all via the free companion app running on an iOS device. This means you can be thousands of miles away and see when a visitor, delivery person, or intruder approaches your door. It's a great idea and at $199, it's reasonably priced. The Ring can also be operated by battery, so you can add a video doorbell to a gate or just about anywhere, as long as it's within range of your home's Wi-Fi.

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