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Christian Zibreg- Apple Expert and Technical Writer

Christian Zibreg

Apple Expert and Technical Writer

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About Christian Zibreg

Christian joined MakeUseOf in 2021 as an Apple specialist and technical writer focused on helping people solve technical issues and achieve more with technology. His works were also published by reputable outlets like 9to5Mac, 9to5Google,?iDownloadBlog, and?Tom's Guide.

Christian is one of the original tech bloggers with 20+ years of journalism experience. He studied Information Science specializing in Expert Systems and Management Information Systems back in the 1990s.

During his graduation year, Christian contributed to a weekly enterprise-focused magazine and started a faculty e-zine distributed on floppy disks. The pet project sparked a lifelong love for writing so strongly that he dropped out and took a leap of faith in journalism.

He worked his way to become Editor-in-Chief of a gaming magazine, and started three IT periodicals covering Windows PCs, consoles and consumer tech. After a decade in print journalism, Christian founded and ran a marketing/PR agency for five years, specializing in digital marketing and interactive entertainment.

Latest Articles

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How to Fix the "Filter Failed" Printer Error on a Mac

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How to Add, Remove, and Delay Startup Apps on a Mac

Here's how to manage startup apps on a Mac, including how to remove startup programs or delay when they launch.

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How to Connect Two Sets of AirPods to the Same Mac

If you and a friend want to listen to something together on a Mac, you don't have to share one set of AirPods. Instead, use this workaround.

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What Is Apple's R1 Chip and How Does It Compare to M1 and M2?

Apple's new headset comes with a completely new chip.

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Your iPhone Won't Connect to Your Computer? Here's the Fix!

Find that your iPhone won't connect to your computer? Here'a a troubleshooting guide to get your device connecting again.

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How to Switch Your Netflix Profile to an Existing Account

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5 iOS 17 Features That Require iPhone 12 or Later

Your old iPhone may support iOS 17, but that doesn't mean you'll get all its features.

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5 Ways to Charge Your Laptop Without a Charger

It's frustrating when your laptop runs out and you've forgotten the charger. Try these ways to recharge your laptop without the adapter.

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4 New iOS 17 Features You Won't Get at Launch

Apple announced several iOS 17 features at WWDC 2023, but not all of them will be available in the initial rollout.

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