About Apple World Today

Established February 9, 2015, Apple World Today is a resource for all things Apple and beyond. AWT publishes news stories, credible rumors and how-to’s covering a variety of topics daily. As a trusted tech blog, AWT provides opinion and analysis on the news in addition to the facts. Our staff consists of experienced writers who live and breathe Apple products every day.

Apple World Today is a trusted source for news, information and analysis about Apple and its products. Our readership is made up of new users, intermediate and business users and advanced users. In addition, we cover topics relevant to niches like developers, designers and others.

AWT’s writers and editors are trusted worldwide for their fair reviews, and AWT reviews everything from hardware to software to accessories and bags. In addition to news, opinion and information, Apple World Today provides resources for deals, software updates and more.


Dennis Sellers
Publisher/ Editor-in Chief

Dennis has over 40 years of journalism experience and has written tens of thousands of articles. For the past 20-plus years, he’s been an online journalist, mainly covering Apple, Inc. He’s written for MacCentral, MacWorld, MacMinute, Macsimum News, Apple Daily Report, and is now publisher and editor-in-chief at Apple World Today.

He shares his expertise with Apple products and services as a contributing author at The Rocket Yard

Steve Sande
Contributor / Community Editor

Steve is the former publisher of Apple World Today, as well as an author on The Rocket Yard . He began writing online in 1986, when he started a Mac Bulletin Board System that ran until 1994. Steve then began creating websites focusing primarily in the mobile space.

In 2008, Steve was hired by Aol’s TUAW (The Unofficial Apple Weblog), where he wrote millions of words of articles as an author and editor. When that site shut down in 2015, he founded Apple World Today.

Steve has been married to Barb, a retired rocket engineer, for 41 years. He’s an avid photographer, an FAA-licensed drone pilot, and a really bad guitarist.