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iPhone Life MagazineiPhone Life Magazine

iPhone Life Magazine Winter 2018

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

Country:
United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
Thaddeus Computing, Inc.
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IN THIS ISSUE

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editor’s message

There’s no denying it—winter has arrived! While the cold season is my least favorite as far as the weather goes, as an Apple fan, it is unequivocally the most exciting time of year. Between getting your hands on Apple’s latest products and splurging on cool gadgets over the holidays, you can coast through chillier days with devices that help us live our best lives. Load Up on New Tech The verdict is in; Face ID and edge-to-edge displays are here to stay! Apple has released the new iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR with not only the same bezel-free form factor as last year’s X, but also faster facial recognition and a better camera, powered by the supercharged A12 Bionic chip (see page 12). But if you, like most of the iPhone…

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stuff the iphone life team is loving

Donna Cleveland, Editor in Chief Audio-Technica Fully Automatic Wireless Stereo Turntable ($99-$149) There’s nothing quite like sipping a glass of cabernet and listening to records on a chilly night. That’s why I’ve been eyeing this Bluetooth-capable turntable from Audio-Technica as an early birthday present to myself. I’m looking forward to the warm sound of vinyl and the fun of collecting records, and also to the convenience of wirelessly connecting up to eight pairs of speakers to the record player at a time. Tamlin Day, Web Writer & Ad Trafficking Specialist Marvel’s Spider-Man on PS4 ($59.99-$79.99) I recently downloaded Marvel’s Spider-Man on my Sony Playstation 4, and I am having so much fun! All Spider-Man games are big, but this is the biggest game yet in terms of how deep the story goes. I’ve laughed, cried,…

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online at iphonelife.com

3 Best Tripods for Your Smartphone Photography bit.ly/2x8GdG8 As a photographer, one of the most basic yet helpful extras you can buy is an iPhone tripod. It can help you get your best shots by stabilizing your iPhone, thereby eliminating unwanted movement and jiggling while you film or live stream. A tripod is also very handy when the time comes for a selfie or group shot. In this roundup, we recommend tripods that will help you take your filming and photography to the next level. How to Print Photos from Your iPhone bit.ly/2p4TzPh We’ve all seen the fancy photo-manipulating software and expensive printers that some amateur and professional photographers use, but what about those of us who just want to hit print on a family photo and get on with our day? Apple makes printing…

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hey, sarah

Need iPad and iPhone help? Sign up for iPhone Life Insider and Sarah will help you with all your iPhone troubleshooting and iOS-related issues. To learn more, go to iPhoneLife.com/Insider. How do I remove some of the videos from my iPhone to free up space? I don’t want to delete them anywhere else. Sincerely, Need Storage Dear Storage, Start by going to Settings > Photos and selecting Optimize iPhone Storage. The original high-resolution versions of your videos and photos will be preserved in iCloud, while smaller, low-resolution versions will be stored on your iPhone. If this doesn’t free enough space, I recommend moving them from iCloud Photo Library to a different cloud-based service like Dropbox so you can delete them but still access them from your phone or computer whenever you like. While using Google Maps on…

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making sense of apple’s new iphones

When Apple released the original iPhone back in 2007, you had three models to choose from: 4 GB, 8 GB, or 16 GB. Those were simpler times. There was only one color (black), and it was sold on one carrier (AT&T). While there was no App Store, Siri, or iCloud, there were also very few decisions you had to navigate. Fast forward to this September when Apple announced its new product lineup at the Steve Jobs theater, and the tech giant announced three new iPhones—the iPhone XS, the iPhone XS Max, and the iPhone XR. Each phone has a unique set of tradeoffs to analyze, not to mention the fact that Apple still sells the iPhone 8 and the iPhone 7. If you count all the generations, sizes, storage options,…

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the new lineup at a glance

iPhone XS • Price: Starting at $999 • Availability: September 21 • Finish choices: Gold, Silver, Space Gray • Display size: 5.8 inches • Display type: Super Retina edge-to-edge OLED with True Tone and 3D Touch • Waterproof rating: IP68 water resistance in up to two meters for up to 30 minutes (as opposed to one meter for the iPhone X and XR) • Storage capacity: 64 GB, 256 GB, 512 GB • Processor: A12 Bionic chip with next-generation Neural Engine • Battery: Lasts up to 30 minutes longer than iPhone X • Charging: Wireless and Lightning port • Dual SIM: Nano-SIM and eSIM • Camera: 60 percent greater dynamic range for photo color than the iPhone X, dual wide-angle and telephoto lens, Smart HDR, Wide Color Capture, 2X optical zoom and auto image stabilization • Video: 4K HD video recording with extended…

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