Podcasts

As an Insider member, you get access to the exclusive, ad-free version of our podcast. To listen to the premium iPhone Life Insider Podcast on your iPhone or iPad:

  1. Open the Apple Podcasts app,
  2. Tap Library from the bottom menu,
  3. Tap Edit in the upper right corner,
  4. Tap Add a Podcast by URL
  5. Then copy and paste the one of the following special URLs to subscribe.

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Audio Podcast:
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February 01, 2017
In the 50th episode, the iPhone Life team shares their favorite travel apps and gear from the first ever company trip to Mexico! Other topics include how to manage which apps can use cellular data and tips for searching photos by object in the Photos app.
January 06, 2017
In the 49th episode, the iPhone Life team shares their overall impressions and favorite new gadgets from the 2017 Consumer Electonics Show in Las Vegas.
December 15, 2016
As the holiday season draws near, members of the iPhone Life team share recommendations of apps and gear to help you celebrate in style, from White Elephant apps for your gift exchange to karaoke and trivia games to keep you entertained. You'll also learn how to take group photos of family and friends and craft the perfect holiday playlist on your iPhone. Other topics include Apple's long-awaited release of the AirPods and the new TV app. 
November 30, 2016
In Episode 47, the iPhone Life team shares their findings after completing a month-long iPhone addiction experiment based off of recommendations from ex-Google design ethicist Tristan Harris. Other topics include iPhone 8 rumors, iPhone sales in India, and apps that help you keep in touch with friends.
November 16, 2016
In the 46th episode of the iPhone Life podcast, the team unpacks the best gear for everyone on your holiday shopping list, from headphones to speakers to stocking stuffers. They also discuss news of Apple's future products, including augmented reality eyewear that could turn around the failure that was Google Glass as well as CarPlay software for self-driving cars.
November 09, 2016
In the 45th episode of the iPhone Life podcast, the team navigates privacy settings on Facebook to help you decide how much personal information to share with your friends and with the public. Other topics include Apple's new MacBook Pro lineup and the new Apple TV app. 
October 20, 2016
In the 44th episode of the iPhone Life podcast, the team discusses the pros and cons of Bluetooth headphones, the best Bluetooth headphones to buy for your iPhone 7, the new Macs coming out later this month, and the how to name group messages.
October 05, 2016
In the 43rd episode of the iPhone Life podcast, the team helps you solve your iOS 10 bugs, especially regarding battery life. They also discuss Google's new Pixel smartphone and Daydream VR headset, and take a moment to remember Steve Jobs on the fifth anniversary of his death.
September 21, 2016
In the 42nd episode of the iPhone Life podcast the team gives their in-depth take on the new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus and does a quick roundup of reviews of iOS 10, watchOS 3, Apple Watch Series 2, and AirPods. We'll also hear from readers on why they're updating to the iPhone 7 Plus instead of the 7.
September 07, 2016
In the 41st episode of the iPhone Life podcast, Sarah and David fiercely debate whether or not you should upgrade to the iPhone 7. For those of you set on upgrading, they'll also make a case for why or why not to purchase the iPhone 7 over the phablet-sized iPhone 7 Plus with the superior camera. Members of the iPhone Life team will also break down and analyze all the biggest announcements coming out of the Apple event, from the Apple Watch Series 2 to Apple's new wireless AirPods. 
August 31, 2016
In the wake of Apple officially announcing its fall event, members of the iPhone Life team sit down to discuss everything you can expect from Apple's keynote taking place September 7. Spoiler: a dual-lens camera for the iPhone 7 and GPS for the Apple Watch may be in the cards. 
August 24, 2016
In the 39th episode of the iPhone Life podcast, Donna and Sarah talk with CrossFit trainer and wellness consultant Tanell Pretorius about how our iPhones can become tools to get in shape and feel healthier. They'll also discuss why the Apple Watch 2 likely won't have cellular connectivity and what Apple's recent acquisition of Gliimpse could mean for the future of universal health records. 
August 10, 2016
As the new school year draws near, members of the iPhone Life team share tech gear and deals for students, as well as talk with high school English teacher Kevin Hosbond about how his students use iPhones and iPads in the classroom. Other topics include rumors of a dual camera and pressure-sensitive Home button in the iPhone 7. 
July 26, 2016
In the 37th episode, members of the iPhone Life team share their best outdoor adventure gear, apps, and tips for your next camping trip or hike. They'll also update you on the new features (and bugs!) in iOS 10 Beta 2 and give you a rundown of all the latest rumors surrounding the forthcoming iPhone 7. 
July 12, 2016
In the 36th episode, listen along as members of the iPhone Life team share their experiences with the iOS 10 public beta and give advice on whether or not to install the test software on your own device. They'll also explore the hype surrounding Nintendo's new augmented reality game Pokémon Go and why this year's Amazon Prime Day beats last year's by a mile.
June 28, 2016
In the 35th episode, members of the iPhone Life team share their strategies for staying productive in the age of smartphones, as well as their favorite apps and gear for work. Other topics include rumors of an iPhone 7 Pro, keyboard tips, and the ongoing saga of Sarah's Apple Watch.
June 16, 2016
In the 34th episode, the iPhone Life team discusses the highlights of Apple's new iOS 10, tvOS 2, and watchOS 3 announced during the Worldwide Developers Conferenece keynote June 13. They'll also teach you to set up Out of Office replies for your emails and texts for that much-needed vacation and equip you with email strategies so you can finally achieve inbox zero.
June 01, 2016
In the 33rd episode, the iPhone Life team delves into everything you can expect Apple to release at the upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference commencing June 13. They'll also discuss Apple's iPhone upgrade cycle, recipe apps, and a study by US National Toxicology Program suggesting a link between cell phone use and cancer. 
May 18, 2016
In the 32nd episode, the iPhone Life team discusses battery saving tips, battery sucking apps, and chargers and battery cases. Other topics include leaked iPhone 7 images, Apple's latest China investment, and Siri tips. 
May 04, 2016
In the 31st episode of the iPhone Life podcast, listen in for expert advice on iPhone security from world-renowned cryptographer Bruce Schneier. Other topics include Apple's first decline in revenue in 13 years, how to listen to Beyoncé's visual album Lemonade on music-streaming service Tidal, as well as how to keep your text messages safe from prying eyes. 
April 19, 2016
In the 30th episode of the iPhone Life podcast, we share essential travel tips for your summer vacation. Other topics include Microsoft's lawsuit against the Justice Department over requests to monitor customers' emails, Apple Watch update rumors, and the best (and most expensive) Bluetooth speaker imagineable. Click here to listen and subscribe. If you like what you hear, be sure to leave a review. And remember to tune in every other week to hear our editors share with you the latest Apple news, best apps, iPhone tricks, and coolest accessories. 
April 06, 2016
In the 29th episode the iPhone Life team interviews associate professor Ana-Paula Correia from Iowa State University on Nomophobia, i.e., No Mobile Phone Phobia. Other topics include how to password protect Notes, apps for photo sharing, and iCloud backup. Here is the Nomophobia questionnaire Correia developed, so you can assess your levels of Nomophobia at home! Instructions: For each of the questionnaire statements listed below, you need to indicate how much you agree or disagree with each statement in relation to your smartphone. Answer on a scale of 1 to 7 (1 being strongly disagree and 7, strongly agree). When you're done, total your score by adding the numbers: the higher the number, the more severe your nomophobia.   Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with each statement in relation to your smartphone. I would feel uncomfortable without constant access to information through my smartphone. I would be annoyed if I could not look information up on my smartphone when I wanted to do so. Being unable to get the news (e.g., happenings, weather, etc.) on my smartphone would make me nervous. I would be annoyed if I could not use my smartphone and/or its capabilities when I wanted to do so. Running out of battery in my smartphone would scare me. If I were to run out of credits or hit my monthly data limit, I would panic. If I did not have a data signal or could not connect to Wi-Fi, then I would constantly check to see if I had a signal or could find a Wi-Fi network. If I could not use my smartphone, I would be afraid of getting stranded somewhere. If I could not check my smartphone for a while, I would feel a desire to check it. If I did not have my smartphone with me . . . I would feel anxious because I could not instantly communicate with my family and/or friends. I would be worried because my family and/or friends could not reach me. I would feel nervous because I would not be able to receive text messages and calls. I would be anxious because I could not keep in touch with my family and/or friends. I would be nervous because I could not know if someone had tried to get a hold of me. I would feel anxious because my constant connection to my family and friends would be broken. I would be nervous because I would be disconnected from my online identity. I would be uncomfortable because I could not stay up-to-date with social media and online networks. I would feel awkward because I could not check my notifications for updates from my connections and online networks. I would feel anxious because I could not check my email messages. I would feel weird because I would not know what to do.
March 21, 2016
In the 28th episode, the iPhone Life team discusses the Apple Spring Announcement, including the iPhone SE, 9.7-inch iPad Pro, and iOS 9.3. Other topics include how to watch March Madness on your Apple TV, make quick calculations on your iPhone, and decide if Snapchat is for you.
March 18, 2016
Podcasts are basically the modern version of radio, except anyone can be a host. You can search for podcasts, download, and listen to them via Apple’s Podcast app or a preferred third-party platform. There’s categories ranging from Comedy to Religion and everything in between. Today, I’m going to feature five awesome podcasts that are apart of the Technology section. So check them out and hit that subscribe button.
March 09, 2016
In the 27th episode, the iPhone Life team talks to a law professor to better understand the ongoing Apple vs. The FBI case. Other topics include: the upcoming Apple announcement, the Find My Friends app, and smart appliances for the home. 

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