Appleosophy was founded in April of 2015 under the name Apple Tech News and Rumors by Holden Satterwhite and Christopher Grainger, who came together with the united passion of creating content about technology. From this, they developed a minor team and had daily articles being published on online and on Instagram.
Appleosophy has an approximated reach of 3 million across all platforms. Our most prominent platforms are our main website and Instagram, however, all our content is delivered on one united system, meaning our posts reach all our media channels.
Here at Appleosophy, there are more than 14 dedicated employees that all help provide special skills and input into the day-to-day operations of Appleosophy. All employees can be found below, each with their specific roll within Appleosophy.
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