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iPhone Life Magazine

iPhone Life Magazine

Summer 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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United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
Thaddeus Computing, Inc.
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5 min.
watching your health

Ever since releasing the Apple Watch, it’s been Apple’s intention to elevate the wearable into a sophisticated personal health and fitness device. The company has partnered with medical groups and universities to assist in achieving that goal. The addition of cellular connectivity, storage capacity, and on-board sensors have brought capabilities beyond what even an iPhone has to offer. What began as a wristwatch that happened to serve as a proxy for iPhone notifications has evolved into the premier wearable computing platform. Accessory makers are recognizing the Apple Watch as more than just a way to keep time. Here are some of the most noteworthy products that take full advantage of the Apple Watch platform. Hidrate Spark 3 Smart Water Bottle ($59.95) According to most health professionals, an average adult should drink roughly…

2 min.
nathan sykes

Location: Bangor, Maine Bio: Nathan Sykes is a teen entrepreneur, best-selling author, and TED talk speaker. He runs Howdy Interactive, which he likes to call an “all you can eat” marketing agency. Find him at Nathan-Sykes.com. Alarmy: This reimagined alarm app has alarm tones that gradually increase in volume and prompts you to do things like shake the phone and solve math problems to make sure you’re awake. Basecamp 3: This hassle-free project management app is based on the philosophy that “simple is better.” Forget enterprise features; you’ll just find to-do lists, a calendar, chat, and document storage. It’s simple, flexible, and reliable, with an until-the-end-of-the-internet policy. Lime: This scooter rental app modernizes public transportation. It’s an awesome way to get around when I’m in a new city. I can just add money to…

3 min.
iview

This Box Lets You Watch Network TV Free Forever Illustration by Mikaila Maidment, mikailamaidment.com For years, I paid embarrassingly high DirecTV satellite fees to watch shows like 60 Minutes on CBS, even though I spent most of my screen time using streaming services like Netflix. I recently discovered the Amazon Fire TV Recast, a device that lets me watch network television—both live and recorded—on my TV, iPhone, and iPad for free. Thanks to the Recast, I’ve been able to cancel my satellite subscription and avoid purchasing all of the big network and cable companies’ streaming services. The Amazon Recast Bundle The Recast is an over-the-air Digital Video Recorder (DVR). Normally sold separately, Amazon recently bundled the Recast with a Fire TV Stick and an HD antenna, all for $250. The 500 GB two-tuner model…