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iPhone Life Magazine

iPhone Life Magazine

Winter 2020

The only magazine dedicated to iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch users. Each regular issue is chocked full of reviews of apps, accessories and Apple handhelds. It’s also loaded with tips and how-to’s, user profiles, business solutions, and more. To read it on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch download the free “Zinio Newsstand & Reader App” from iTunes App Store

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3 min.
i bought an iphone 12 pro—what about you?

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted nearly every area of our lives, and Apple tech is no exception. Due to coronavirus-related production delays, for the first time ever Apple announced new iPads and Apple Watches before debuting the iPhone 12 series in an uncharacteristic October event. Despite setbacks, Apple has delivered new iPhones with 5G support as their flagship feature. 5G promises near real-time streaming and communication and incredibly fast download speeds in regions with a 5G network (see page 10 for details). Improved cameras for low-light and portrait photography, OLED displays, and a flat-edged design are all hallmarks of the new iPhone lineup as well. In October, Apple also added the HomePod mini to its roster, the $100 evolution of its smart speaker. September brought an update to the classic iPad…

9 min.
what’s new? everything apple announced at its october event

Despite a turbulent year and coronavirusrelated production delays, Apple managed to deliver an impressive 2020 iPhone lineup. At the October event, Apple debuted standout iPhone features such as MagSafe rapid wireless charging, 5G capabilities, and serious camera improvements, plus the long-anticipated announcement of a smaller, less expensive HomePod mini. Here’s all the iPhone 12 series and HomePod mini details you need, including prices and availability. HOMEPOD MINI Priced at $99, the long-rumored next generation smart speaker is the high-tech, budget-conscious answer to the many drawbacks of the original HomePod. The new globe-shaped smart speaker is considerably smaller than its predecessor, standing short at just 3.3 inches, but that doesn’t mean it won’t pack a punch. The heart of the mini is the S5 chip, which works with advanced software to fine-tune your…

6 min.
the 2020 ipad line: what it means for you

Apple fell short of the four new iPads we expected in 2020, but it did come through with the 8th-generation iPad and 4th-generation iPad Air. So now we ask: is it worth it to upgrade? Would either of these make a good holiday gift? Is this the time to become a first-time iPad owner? Let’s take a look at these new models and see if we can get some answers. THE 8TH-GENERATION IPAD—WHAT’S NEW? If you were given two iPads to inspect, one 7th generation and one 8th generation, you wouldn’t be able to tell the difference between them (provided you didn’t read the model numbers on the back). That’s because this year’s base model iPad is identical to last year’s in every regard, except for one major difference. What’s New with the…

5 min.
6 reasons why i love my apple watch series 6

The new Apple Watch Series 6 is an awesome upgrade, especially for someone going from the OG Apple Watch. I am that someone. I loved my old watch. I used it daily until it exploded while I was hiking in Colorado. Apparently, it didn’t love the altitude. It was officially time to upgrade. Now I have the Series 6, and I’m excited to share why it’s become a crucial part of my lifestyle. 1) IT SUPPORTS FITNESS AS A LIFESTYLE Exercising is a lifestyle choice for me. I find my day goes smoother, my mental health is better, and I enjoy life a little more when I am regularly exercising, which usually means lifting weights for me. Though there are many fitness trackers on the market, I find that the Apple Watch is…

3 min.
ipad accessories

Logitech Combo Touch for iPad (7th & 8th Gen), iPad Air (3rd Gen), iPad Pro (10.5-inch) ($149.99) This is a great option for those who want the laptop experience that comes with having a keyboard and trackpad. The keyboard is backlit, has a row of function keys, and detaches from the case for times when you want to use just the iPad. The trackpad works well with the iPad’s multi-touch gestures. Logitech makes use of the iPad’s Smart Connector by connecting and powering the keyboard, rather than relying on a Bluetooth connection. While the case adds bulk to your iPad, that’s not necessarily a bad thing since it provides protection from drops and bumps. Solo New York Ludlow Universal Tablet Sling ($32.99) I always try to get away with carrying only what I…

5 min.
healthy inside & out

Cosori Smart WiFi Air Fryer ($119.99) This air fryer is a new family favorite; it allows us to cook dishes like fried chicken with a fraction of the fat! The Cosori offers gains over conventional ovens in convenience, as well. You can control the air fryer from the companion iPhone app or the built-in touchscreen, with presets like Preheating and Delayed Start. There’s an included cookbook with over 100 recipes also available in the app. Just choose your recipe, press start, and leave the fryer to do its job. You’ll be notified when it’s time to shake the basket, and the air fryer turns off automatically when the cooking time is up! Tangram SmartRope ($79.95) Writer and Producer Cullen Thomas tested this futuristic gizmo, a jump rope that tracks and shows your jump…