As media thinks of new and interesting ways to say that they're dying motivated people soldier on, often combining print, web, and video into vibrant new forms (See: Russell Davies' The internet isn't killing anything).
Distill is a print magazine that summarizes the best of the season's publications, simultaneously bringing attention to and perhaps rendering a little obsolete those original editorials. Now, with the help of Craft London, they've released their latest issue exclusively as an iPhone app.
Distill Magazine: $4.99
I haven't used the app myself, but Creative Applications has a nice review. It will be interesting to see whether more print magazines follow suit, or find a combination between print and mobile readers. Certainly the iPhone app store is in desperate need of more interesting reading options, the majority of that space being obsessed with offering different ways to peruse Jane Austen novels. Style publications are a particularly good match for the iPhone being as image heavy as they are.