Founded in 2006 by a couple of lifelong Mac fans, OSXDaily chronicles important Apple news, helpful information, worthwhile software, tips, tricks, reviews, and whatever else may be useful to Apple users. This site is run exclusively by Apple experts, and we cover the Mac, iPhone, iPad, Mac OS X, iOS, Apple TV, software updates, rumors, jailbreaking, relevant news, some fun stuff, and so much more.
Read on to learn more about our site, writers and alum, recognitions, how to reach us, and TOS, otherwise just enjoy your stay!
The OSXDaily Writing Team
Our authors, regular contributors, and writers have deep knowledge of the subject matter combined with a huge passion for Apple products. While we’re not big on parading egos around here, our past and present writers and alumni are listed below in no particular order:
- Paul Horowitz – Paul is the managing editor of OSXDaily.com, setting the editorial direction, writing tutorials, covering important news about Apple, and managing most other tasks related to the websites functionality. An expert on all things Apple and a lifelong Mac user, Paul has over 25 years experience using Apple products, starting with the Apple II! Paul has been writing for OSXDaily since the earliest days in 2006 and his work has received mentions from CNET, Loop Insight, John Gruber of Daringfireball, Techmeme, The Daily Mail, Cult of Mac, Lifehacker, and many more popular publications.
- Oliver Haslam – Oliver is a contributing writer and prolific author whose work appears all throughout the tech world, including RedmondPie, How To Geek, iMore, TouchArcade, and more. You can learn more about Oliver here on his personal site, and he’s on Twitter too.
- Hamlin Rozario – Hamlin is a contributing writer for OSXDaily.com. A tech enthusiast and avid Apple fan, Hamlin has shared his knowledgeable work with other popular tech sites including BeeBom. You can find Hamlin on Twitter.
- Matt Chan – Matt is a thoroughbred geek who loves tweaking the iPhone and Mac. Matt covered a lot of Apple related news, and appeared on TechMeme for a variety of stories while covering news, which he is pretty stoked about!
- Keir Thomas – Keir Thomas is the award-winning author of Mac Kung Fu and Ubuntu Kung Fu, and has been uncovering secrets of operating systems and computer hardware for nearly two decades. Formerly a computer magazine journalist and editor, he now focuses primarily on the Mac, iOS, and Ubuntu Linux. Keir Thomas has been published by O’Reilly, MacWorld, PC World, and many other leading publications. You can learn more about Keir and his accomplishments here on his home page.
- AJ Ryan – AJ is a web developer by trade and all around geek. Also a lifelong Mac user and early Apple adopter with a drawer full of iPhones, and a few too many Macs (is there really such a thing?).
- Bill Ellis – Bill is a Mac-centric IT professional and software engineer from Seattle, Washington.
- William Pearson – A longtime Apple geek with immense interest in technology, William studied everything he possibly could for as long as humanly possible. Ok that’s sort of a joke, but Will does love to learn, which is pretty typical for an engineer, right?
- David Mendez – David has been using Macs since they were first announced. A Mac loving Systems Consultant, we never quite know where he is located since he’s traveling so often. Last we heard, he was in the UK, or maybe it was New York. David was the first to report that Apple was actively axing support for the Intel Atom processor, which sort of put the lid on the whole Hackintosh netbook thing (remember that?), which happened not long before the release of the now very popular MacBook Air – he even got on Techmeme for it, which is a major tech writer bragging right!
- Manish Patel – Manish is an IT Professional who spreads his time between Anaheim, California and Bangalore, India.
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Prominent Recognition & Acknowledgements for OSXDaily
We at OSXDaily know our stuff, but you don’t have to take our word for it! Our news coverage, Apple tips, and detailed expert walkthroughs have been acknowledged and featured on many prominent online properties and websites, including Washington Post, NYTimes, Techmeme, CNET (1, 2), TechCrunch, Gizmodo, LifeHacker (1, 2, 3), MacRumors (1, 2, 3, 4), TUAW (2), BusinessInsider (2), John Gruber’s DaringFireball, Jim Darymple’s The Loop (1, 2), Buzzfeed (2), 3), 3), Cult Of Mac (1, 2, 3, and more), MacStories (1, 2, 3), and many more popular sites.
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