Tech Reporter - iPhone Life Magazine

Are you a total iPhone fanatic? Do you geek out for hours a day on your iPad? Most importantly, are you passionate about how mobile technology is changing the world we live in? If so, you’re just who we’re looking for to create original, informative, and entertaining content for iPhone Life, the premier magazine for all things iOS.

Written by users, for users, iPhone Life magazine offers the latest iOS news, helpful tips, how-to articles, app and gear reviews, and much more. We’re looking for article writers who are passionate about their devices and who feel they have something valuable to share with other iOS users.

We pay $50–$100 per article depending upon length and include a bio at the end of the article, featuring a photo and a brief description of what you do, including links to your website or blog. Writing for us also gives you the opportunity to make great contacts in the tech industry and to review some of the coolest new iOS apps and gear.

Boasting a readership of over 650,000, iPhone Life magazine is distributed across bookstores, newsstands, and major airports worldwide; digitally through Apple Newsstand and; and nationally through outlets such as Best Buy and Wal-Mart.


Background in writing or journalism; enthusiasm for Apple products.

How To Apply:

If you’re interested in writing for iPhone Life, please email your resume to using the subject line “NEW WRITER.” Please include two writing samples (preferably published clips).

Additional Details:

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United States Iowa Unknown Aug. 26, 2015

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Created On:  04/28/2015 - 12:00 a.m.

Modified On:  04/28/2015 - 03:35 p.m.

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