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iPhone Life Magazine Vol 5, No 4

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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4 Issues


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the right knowledge for the right job

I started playing tennis when I was 12 years old. Every day after school, my dad and I would carry a huge basket of worn-out balls to the nearest tennis court, and we would play for three or four hours straight under the unforgiving Texas sun. We worked on forehands, backhands, serves, and the holy grail of junior tennis player moves—the between-the-legs shot. We talked, analyzed, and implemented new knowledge, and naturally, I got better. By the time I got to high school I had a state ranking. At college, I was on scholarship playing at the Division I level. I learned a lot from that experience, but it was something that happened back during high school that impacted me the most.Over and Over AgainOne day during my freshman year…

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meet our writers

Cornelius FortuneAward-Winning Journalist Article page 80Aiden GrossheiderContributing Writer Article page 66Jason LancasterContributing Writer Twitter: @sporkmarketing Article page 76Becca LudlumBlogger and Speech Therapist Article page 60Kevin McNeishiOS Developer and Trainer Article page 83Siva OmWeb Designer and Writer Article page 86Daniel W. RasmusStrategist and Industry Analyst Article page 68Rebecca SantiagoWriter and Editor Article page 54Brittany VincentFreelance Writer Article page 73iPhone Life StaffDavid AverbachPublisher and CEO Articles pages 16, 62Nina BenjaminAssociate Editor Articles pages 25-53, 90Alex CequeaEditor in Chief Articles pages 25-53Hal GoldsteinSenior Editor, Founder Article page 96Donna ClevelandWeb Editor Article page 56Jim KarpenOnline Editor/Columnist Article page 18Your name hereWrite for iphone Life ■…

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User-submitted iPhone Photographyby Joseph Thibodeauxby Yosua Dwimaryantoby Hieronimus Gunawanby Catherine Fernandezby Garrett Martinby Tracy Fordby Shelly Browningby Lucia Vicariby Annie Noelkerby Albers GregorySubmit your iPhone photography and get featured in the iGallery! Email your photos to ■…

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istats: news, stats, tidbits & more

The Numbers6This past May, Fortune magazine released its annual list of Fortune 500 companies, as ranked by total revenue, placing Apple at number 6 on the coveted list. This is the first time Apple has cracked the top 10, and it’s an 11-spot jump from last year’s position of 17. Apple is now the highest-ranked tech company on the list, followed by HP, which slipped down to number 15. The jump reflects the success of Apple’s stellar 2012 year, when it briefly traded spots with Exxon Mobile as the world’s most valuable company.$10,000Apple once again offered a sizeable prize to the lucky user responsible for a welltimed app download. Apple rewarded the user who downloaded the 50 billionth app with a $10,000 App Store Gift Card. It took 5 years…

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“your caption here”

mikailamaidmentart.blogspot.comMay/June 2013 Caption Winner:"I’m sorry, Alec Baldwin dolls must be stowed during takeoffs and landings." Submitted by Rick RewertsRunners-Up:"Please stow your humans until we reach cruising altitude." Submitted by Krystal Shaver"What would we do without our smart people?" Submitted by wmec907@aol.comThanks to everyone who sent in their funny captions—we had a blast reading them all! ■…

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the iphone and t-mobile

On March 26, T-Mobile announced that it would begin carrying the iPhone 5. T-Mobile is the fourth-largest cellular provider in the United States and the last major carrier to offer the iPhone. In order to differentiate itself from its competitors, T-Mobile launched a huge marketing campaign, announcing its plan to offer the iPhone 5 without a contract—thus branding itself as the “uncarrier.” About a month after the announcement, the Washington State Attorney filed a suit against T-Mobile, claiming its advertising was misleading to consumers.So what is really going on here? What does “no contract” truly mean? Is T-Mobile revolutionizing the mobile industry or tricking people with a clever marketing campaign? Most importantly, will buying an iPhone from T-Mobile save you money? Unfortunately, the answer to all of these questions is,…