iPhone Life Magazine

iPhone Life Magazine Winter 2019

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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2 min
hey, sarah

Need iPad and iPhone help? Sign up for iPhone Life Insider and Sarah will help you with all your iPhone and iPad troubleshooting issues. To learn more, go to iPhoneLife.com/GetInsider. How do I make a mirror image from a photo saved on my iPhone? For example, in a photo I am looking left and want to change it so I am looking right. Sincerely, Flip It Dear Flip It, Prior to iOS 13, the only way to do this was with a third-party photo editing app such as Flipper. In the newest version of iOS, you can create a mirror image of a photo right in the Apple Photos app. Tap on the photo you wish to flip and then tap Edit in the upper right corner. Tap on the crop tool in…

2 min
cases

XDoria Defense Lux Black Carbon Fiber ($34.99) This case differentiates itself from other black cases on a number of fronts. The Lux manages to be both understated and distinctive at the same time. The machine metal frame and Polycarbon back look sharp and give the case excellent overall drop protection of up to 10 feet. It’s a very affordable price for the quality. Another good option from XDoria is the Defense Shield ($29.99), which has a metal rim that comes in a variety of colors and a clear back that shows off Apple’s iconic logo and design. Casely Subscription ($15/case) Your iPhone is an accessory that’s with you all the time, so why not have fun personalizing it? I like switching out iPhone cases every few weeks, so when I heard about Casely’s…

3 min
chargers

Busoh LED iPhone Charger ($19.89) Our associate editor Leanne Hays has been loving this light-up Made for iPhone-certified cable from Busoh. The speed of the light coiling up the cable indicates how fast your phone is charging, stopping to indicate when your phone is fully charged. If you have pets though, be warned—Leanne’s cats were so entranced that they chewed through it as soon as they got a chance. iOttie Easy One Touch Wireless Charging Car Mount ($49.95) Finding a good car charger is harder than it sounds, but this one from iOttie checks all the boxes. First of all, it uses sensors to automatically adjust to fit to your device (no need to install a magnet to the back of your phone!). Secondly, it wirelessly charges your phone on the go, which…

7 min
how to be the holiday hero

When I was a kid many moons ago, Christmastime was my absolute favorite time of year—even more so than my birthday. As an adult, I love to reignite that childlike spirit at the end of each year. I get so excited when I think of Santa hats, holiday tunes, festive lights, mouthwatering feasts … I could go on. This year though, I’ve discovered a few apps that can help make this holiday season more magical than ever before. Keep the Family Entertained Let’s talk about games. We all have a memory of a game that made us, a game that shamed us, a game that transformed us, or even inspired us. Holiday games with family and friends offer the perfect opportunity to create joyous memories we’ll cherish for years to come. One…

3 min
geeky gear

Nanoleaf Light Panels 9-Square Starter Kit ($119.99) These futuristic lights are a wonderful gift for music lovers and smart light enthusiasts. The smart lights are compatible with HomeKit; you can program them to turn on or off on a schedule, set the brightness, and choose the color with your iPhone. You can also select from a variety of “scenes,” or pre-programmed light shows. Audiophiles will geek out over the Light Panels from Nanoleaf. The Starter Kit includes a Rhythm adapter that makes your light panels react to ambient sound, or you can isolate out sounds of footsteps and chatter by playing music through the Rhythm’s audio jack. Nanoleaf Canvas 9-Square Starter Kit ($229.99) Like the Light Panels, Nanoleaf’s Canvas lights are compatible with HomeKit. In addition to responding to sound, the Canvas Panels…

2 min
kids gear

TechDen ($179) This gift might not make you popular with the kids on your list, because TechDen secures, charges, and monitors electronics so that screen time doesn’t become all the time. Adults can use the TechDen app to create a weekly routine for device use, reducing the “When can I use the iPad?” struggle. Kids get screen time when their assigned door is unlocked, and when their time’s up, the device must be returned and plugged in, or the TechDen will tattle! The current version of TechDen can only hold two devices. Hopefully, the company sees such success from their flagship offering that they produce larger versions for bigger families in the near future! Pinna: Audio Stories for Kids ($79.99/Year) Grandparents in my generation could be counted on for a magazine subscription every…