“People are excited about the iPhone and iPod touch for good reason,” says publisher Hal Goldstein. “The iPhone’s vibrant screen, its fun intuitive interface, powerful Safari browser, automatic updates, and app store brilliantly solve many of the problems inherent in handheld computing. The iPhone is changing the way people use their phones, and we’re here to help them get the most out of it.”
Thaddeus Computing is the publishing company behind the project and for the premier issue they promise 100 pages of hot content.
The 100-page premier issue includes:
• Full coverage of the new 3G iPhone
• Top software from the iTunes store
• 85 hidden features
• Best FREE software and web apps
• How to Rip DVDs
• Must-have accessories
• Safari surprises
• iPhone profiles of a doctor, rabbi, student, mayor, CEO
• Celebrities who have iPhones
iPhone Life will be available at most major bookstores. A subscription costs $25 for issues up to 2010. This includes the premier issue and at least 4 issues next year and in 2010. iPhone-friendly digital version of each issue also comes with a subscription. You can subscribe here.
iPhone Life was founded by the same people that bring Smartphone & Pocket PC magazine to you. That magazine has been providing readers with info and expert advice on the smartphone market for years.