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My most notable work is for the prominent US technology news website MacRumors, where I write a wide range of content, including buyer’s guides, roundups, reviews, and off-cycle articles, as well as contribute to daily news coverage. My work for MacRumors has been cited by numerous tech publications and news sites.

I worked for the UK national newspaper the Daily Mirror and have written for smaller publications such as The Comment, an opinion-led internet magazine. In addition, I contributed to youth-focused publications such as the award-winning Impact magazine and Uni News.

Several companies, including the industry-leading advertising production company Qmuli, bespoke software developer Paddl, iPad accessory maker Typecase, and software company Eltima Software, have used my services as a copywriter. I also worked for Carpe Noctum, which hosts the UK’s biggest weekly student night with well-known brands such as “CRISIS”.

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Apple’s Past Sideloading Plans, Ecosystem Lock-in Strategy, and More Revealed in Internal Documents

Documents highlighted by The Verge and disclosed as part of the Apple vs. Epic Games trial have revealed that Apple discussed plans for sideloading apps, sought to lock users into its ecosystem using gift cards, attempted to tackle chaos in the App Store review process, and more.


Apple Watch Likely to Gain Blood Pressure, Blood Glucose, and Blood Alcohol Monitoring

The Apple Watch may gain the ability to measure blood pressure, blood glucose, and blood alcohol levels, according to newly-revealed information about one of Apple’s chosen business partners.


Apple Made Sudden Security Changes to its Chips in Fall 2020

Apple made unusual mid-production hardware changes to the A12, A13, and S5 processors in its devices in the fall of 2020 to update the Secure Storage Component, according to Apple Support documents.


Beyond iPhone 13: Long-Term iPhone Rumors

As we get closer to the launch of the 2021 iPhone lineup, rumors surrounding what may come after the iPhone 13 have already begun circulating.


Supreme Court to Determine If Patent Appeal Board Used by Apple Is Unconstitutional

The U.S. Supreme Court will today hear arguments about whether the systems used by technology companies, including Apple and Google, to invalidate patents and see off litigation are unconstitutional.


‘Foundation’ Showrunner Hopes for Unparalleled 80 Episodes on Apple TV+

“Foundation” writer and showrunner David Goyer is ambitiously hoping to tell Isaac Asimov’s science-fiction story over the course of eighty hours, which is as yet unheard of on Apple TV+.


Apple’s Work on Mixed Reality Headsets Revealed in New Patent Filings

A number of Apple patent applications, published earlier today, appear to be directly related to its long-rumored mixed reality headset, covering a range of aspects including design elements, lens adjustment, eye-tracking technology, and even software.


Build Apple Car in the UK, British Members of Parliament Urge

Members of Parliament (MPs) are calling for the British government to make a bid for Apple to build its long-rumored electric vehicle in the United Kingdom, according to The Telegraph.


Design Project Envisions Macs Made of Honeycomb, Coal, Ice and Other Unusual Materials

Designers Hank Beyer and Alex Sizemore have created a series of Macs encased in locally-sourced materials, including honeycomb, coal, and ice, to “question the implications of globalization” and “consider how unconventional materials can change product relationships.”


Apple TV+ Could Face Ban in Europe Unless It Meets 30% European Content Requirement

Irish lawmakers implementing European Union directives are proposing new legislation that would require streaming services, including Apple TV+, Amazon Prime Video, and Netflix, to host at least 30 percent European content or face being shut down across the EU.


US Downloads of TikTok and WeChat to Be Banned on Sunday

The U.S. Commerce Department is moving to ban downloads of TikTok and WeChat within the United States from this Sunday.


Apple Asks UK Retail Landlords for 50% Rent Cut Despite Record Sales

Apple has asked landlords of its retail stores in the UK for a 50 percent cut to rent, reports The Sunday Times.

Impact Magazine

The Forgettable Obscurity of Apple TV+

Apple TV+ was this week judged “below average” for both value and original programming by the American Customer Satisfaction Index. It has now been over half a year since its launch, so the question is – why has this new streaming service failed to gain traction?

Impact Magazine

Utopia: A Bold TV Show Ahead of Its Time

Utopia was nominated for 17 awards and won several, most notably the International Emmy Award for best drama series. Yet most people have never heard of Utopia, let alone seen it. Little do they know, they may have missed out on one of the best TV shows of all time.


Popular iPhone and iPad Apps Reportedly ‘Snooping’ on Pasteboard Data

According to new research by Talal Haj Bakry and Tommy Mysk, dozens of popular iOS apps are reading the contents of the pasteboard without user consent, which could include sensitive information.


Apple Implicated in New Report on Chinese Forced Labor

A report by the Australian Strategic Policy Institute think-tank has named Apple among 83 other major companies benefiting from the use of potentially abusive labor transfer programs.