Marry Your iPhone Service Available Starting April 1st

in Lifestyle (E)

[] Fairfield, Iowa - is introducing a new public service that allows people to enter into marriage with their Apple device. "People love their iPhone so much, it's only natural to want to marry it" said David Seagull, a representative of Visitors of the site will be able to purchase an official marriage certificate that will bind them in holy union with their beloved device.

"Finally!" said Alex Cequea, Director of Communications at, "People can now show their true commitment to the iPhone beyond the 2-year contract plan." Initial response from the newlyweds has been overwhelmingly positive, with many experiencing deeper and richer relationships with their mobile devices. "The iPhone outperforms almost every man I've ever dated," said Mary Fernandez-3GS, from Houston, Texas, "I'm so happy I said iDo." expects this new service to be very attractive to iPhone lovers, but Dave Averbach, Associate Outreach Coordinator, offers a word of advice: "Communication is at the heart of every great relationship. Signal strength is key. If you have good reception and battery life, you'll be well on your way to a healthy iPhone marriage." is also an advocate for iPhone Life Partners rights. The website allows supporters to sign a petition to make Human-Device partnerships legal in all 50 states.

Pricing and Availability:
Marriage certificates can be bundled with a one-year subscription to iPhone Life magazine (the #1 magazine for iOS users) for $15.97, or purchased along with a single issue for $7.99. Visitors of can also download the marriage certificate for free straight from the site. facilitates the marriage of people and the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. We make it easy for people to say "iDo." beautiful union, along with the latest issue of iPhone Life magazine (or a yearly subscription) from You can also sign the Petition to make Human/Device Partnership legal in all 50 states. If you want to truly show your love and commitment to your iPhone (or iPad or iPod touch). urges you to propose soon, and not wait until the 2-year contract has expired (C) 2011 iPhonelife. All Rights Reserved.


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