Welcome and thank you for contributing to iPhone Life, a highly respected magazine with a proliferating print and web following. As a member of iPhone Life’s team of writers, you are the main attraction, and we appreciate your work.
Our website, launched in 2008, now receives more than a quarter million page views each month. iPhone Life magazine has a print readership of at least 650,000 and is distributed across newsstands worldwide, digitally through zinio, and nationally through outlets such as Best Buy, Barnes and Noble, and Wal-Mart.
Our standards, ethics, and content guidelines outlined below are universal to the magazine and website. We also have provided submission instructions specific to the magazine and blog. If you have further questions regarding magazine submissions, contact our Editor in Chief, Alex Cequea (firstname.lastname@example.org). For questions regarding our blog, contact our Web Editor, Sarah Kingsbury (email@example.com).
Check out these regular magazine sections to learn the kinds of articles our readers are interested in. For information on themes of upcoming issues, please refer to our Write for Us form.
iDevice News — Arguably our readers’ most coveted section, iDevice News delivers the latest in emerging iOS products and industry trends. This category can include articles on rumors or murmurings of new products, commentaries on Apple hardware or software, or well-researched coverage of market trends and news. >>Read More
Here are guidelines to help you uphold the writing standards of iPhone Life.
Objectivity — We ask that you do not write about your own products or websites. You may, however, include that information in your short bio. Promotion of your products or services should come naturally as a consequence of writing for us. >>Read More
While many of our writers’ guidelines apply to both the blog and the print magazine, there are several things you should know when writing specifically for the magazine.
Compensation — While notoriety and industry access are the primary benefits of writing for us, if we publish your article in the magazine we’ll also pay you $50. >>Read More
Writing for the blog is a volunteer position. While writing for the magazine and blog both have their own advantages, maintaining an active blog gives you more online visibility and freedom to share posts across social media sites.
Your Blog Page — You will have your own blog page, which you are welcome and encouraged to include in your e-mail and web signatures. It will display your short bio, profile picture, and links to all of your blog posts. >>Read More