After the sad news of the demise of the magazine Smartphone & Pocket PC comes good news from publisher Thaddeus Computing. Starting on September 9th, you will find copies of their new magazine iPhone Life on newsstands (hopefully) everywhere.
“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.”
The 100-page premier issue will feature full coverage of the new iPhone 3G, top Apple App Store software, 85 hidden iPhone features, a look at must-have accessories, and more. Regular features will include profiles of people who have integrated the iPhone into their life and resources such as free software and support.
iPhone Life will be sold at newsstands at airports, Barnes & Noble, Borders, Wal-Mart, and other major booksellers and stores nationwide (I’ll try to find out whether it will be available in Canada as well). You can also subscribe for USD$25 to receive all issues through 2010 (including premier issue, at least 4 issues in 2009 and 2010 and a digital version of each issue readable on the iPhone).