Readers interested in learning more about their Apple devices should take note of iPhoneGeeks, an emerging blog covering all things apple.
Find out more about iPhoneGeeks, and its founder Moses Gitari, below.
According to Gitari, “iphonegeeks.com focuses on producing and delivering authentic and unbiased content. for Apple fans, providing them with the latest information regarding Apple products and exciting trends in technology. We troubleshoot iOS problems and reveal the latest rumors on Apple products. Technologies are in our DNA, and that’s why discovering new things and give a hands-on to that become our habits.” His team of professional bloggers cover Apple news from an accessibility viewpoint, as well as more mainstream news that extends beyond the realm of accessibility.
iPhoneGeeks Helps thousands of Apple fans solve problems with their iPhones, iPads , Macs and
other devices through easy to understand tutorials and its support community lead by experts.
“Moreover, according to Gitari, ” we teach people how to better use their Apple devices and apps, and review the latest product releases.”
Gitari began the blog last year amid numerous personal and professional doubts. He has spoken candidly about his struggles with writing and impostor syndrome, and with finding his own niche in the increasingly crowded tech blogging space. His passion and that of his team for Apple products, and his deep-seeded love of teaching and personal improvement, help him to continue the work that he loves. “I learn things better through teaching them in my blog posts, as teaching is the best way to learn,” Says gitari.
iPhoneGeeks writers pride themselves on their professionalism and informative writing. According to Gitari, “The iPhoneGeeks team shares an outstanding passion for innovative gadgets, common interests in exploring Apple devices, and the unmatched desire to play with the latest gadgetry.” This enables them to provide premium content, which has been refined through countless hours of writing and testing.
Currently, iPhoneGeeks offers a mix of factual instruction pieces, just like my own articles, and opinion pieces about the state of Apple in 2020.