iDownloadBlog.com (iDB) was founded in May 2008 as a weblog focused on delivering Apple news, reviews, editorials, jailbreak information, as well as guides and tutorials about the iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple TV, Apple Watch, AirPods, AirTag, and just about everything Apple. While the main focus is Apple, iDB sometimes covers major industry-related events and companies that play in the same space as Apple’s, including, Google, Facebook, Amazon, etc… The site is updated multiple times daily by several editors and writers working from around the world.
The iDownloadBlog Team
Sebastien is the Founder and Editor in Chief of iDB. Once a BlackBerry user, Sebastien instantly fell in love with the iPhone when it was first announced in 2007. Shortly after, he decided to start sharing his knowledge of iPhone jailbreaking and unlocking, which led to the creation of this blog. Sebastien currently owns 10 iPhones, 4 iPads, an iMac, a MacBook Pro with Touch Bar, a MacBook Air, 2 Apple Watches, and 3 Apple TVs. When he’s not surfing the web, you can usually find Sebastien surfing the waves of Southern California, or traveling the world with his wife Tina, his daughter Chloé and his son Luca. You can find his posts on iDB here. Happy owner of the Cydia account #132051, Sebastien can be reached via email at seb [at] idownloadblog.com or on Twitter.
Cody’s history with smartphones goes almost as far back as he does. As the son of a Nokia employee, he was exposed early on to handsets like the N91 and the Communicator. He has since been involved in nearly every aspect of the mobile phone industry. While going to college, he worked at a Nokia factory, building handsets, and later moved on to a sales position at a major wireless carrier. In 2011, Cody turned his part-time hobby of writing about Apple and the mobile industry into a full time job and hasn’t looked back since. In his spare time, he’s a self-proclaimed pool shark and likes hanging out on the beach. You can find Cody’s posts on iDB here. You can email him at cody [at] idownloadblog.com or follow him on Twitter.
Christian writes about Apple from the north Adriatic Sea region, reporting on the latest from the Apple sphere in between sipping his cocktail on the beach, soaking up sun rays and snapping up sunset shots with his iPhone. He got bitten by the technology bug in his pre-teen days and has been hooked up ever since. He sometimes has overly strong opinions about Apple and Android devices he owns. Christian also blogged about Apple, Google and technology for TGDaily.com, Geek.com, Brightsideofnews.com, 9to5Mac.com and 9to5Google.com. In his spare time… Wait, Christian has no spare time. You can find Christian’s posts on iDB here. You can email him at dujkan [at] idownloadblog.com or follow him on Twitter.
Jim specializes in hardware and app reviews. The son of an IBM-er, he is an avid Apple convert but still has terrible flashbacks to the old days. He spent his younger years tinkering with computers, reading about technology, and watching Star Wars, while being teased by his peers at school for nerdy tendencies. Since 2008, he has worked on improving his Apple arsenal and spends his free time researching the latest gadget trends, trying to find the next awesome iDevice accessory for review. A native of the Commonwealth of Virginia, he enjoys the stiff crease on a well-ironed dress shirt and dons a bow tie on a regular basis. You can find Jim’s posts on iDB here. You can email him at jim [at] idownloadblog.com or follow him on Twitter.
Anthony lives on the East coast of the United States and has been blogging about iPhones, Macs, accessories, and software since 2011. He’s been playing with the iOS platform since 2009, which is when he picked up his first iPod touch with iOS 3 installed on it, and not long after he would discover the world of jailbreaking. He later bought his first Mac, and would never use a Windows PC ever again. Anthony is far from just a computer aficionado – he also loves to build, take apart, and re-build Jeeps. You can find Anthony’s posts on iDB here. His Cydia ID is #1252257 and you can contact him via email at Anthony [at] idownloadblog.com or follow him on Twitter.
Evan has been a fan of technology for as long as he can remember. He’s been sitting in front of a computer screen for just about as long. What started out as a passion for all things Microsoft, and a devoted stance to “never go into that walled garden” eventually became a realization that, yes, Apple products are pretty great. Ever since, it’s been mostly Apple, most of the time. He loves to try out new devices, gadgets, and platforms, though. Evan loves to travel and has been all around the United States (a couple of times), writes for fun when he’s not writing for work, loves to read, and more than anything else loves hanging out with his two daughters. He’s also a huge fan of films and hockey. You can see his posts at iDB right here and find him on Twitter here.
Ankur has been an Apple user for over seven years. At iDB, Ankur primarily focuses on iPhone, Apple Watch, AirPods, and Mac tips, guides, how-tos, and fixes. He loves to test things thoroughly before putting them in his articles. Someday in the near future, he wants to have a personal office outfitted with Apple products such Apple TV, HomePod, iMac, and more. Besides writing about Apple, Ankur likes to watch tech videos, romantic and comedy movies & TV shows, listen to very old songs, and eat pizza and chicken. You can read Ankur’s posts here and contact him on LinkedIn or email at ankur [at] idownloadblog.com
Joaquim has been a Mac user since childhood, learning the ins and outs of what is now macOS from an early age. After the release of iPhone and iPod, he became interested in iOS too, and from there, became aware of the burgeoning jailbreak community. As a longtime jailbreaker, many of his iDB articles deal with in-depth jailbreaking issues, such as complex how-tos, or the feasibility of jailbreaking any given device/firmware combination. His macOS articles likewise tend towards tutorials, helping curious iDB readers to understand, personalise, and get more out of the machines they love. You can find Joaquim’s posts on iDB here.