Jonny Evans

Hello, and thanks for dropping in. I'm pleased to meet you. My name is Jonny Evans. I'm a freelancer who has been writing (mainly about Apple) since 1999. These days I write my daily Apple Holic blog at Computerworld.com, where I try to deliver sometimes interesting, sometimes provocative insights into what Cupertino is doing. I try to write something worth reading.

Apple's 12-inch iPad makes no sense at all!

15 insanely stupid Apple predictions

The years have not been kind to Apple's critics. Here are fifteen laughable predictions that show how Apple has been going out of business since 1984. [ABOVE: Image c/o The Trad. Special Apple-themed clothes from the '80's. I...

10 things we know about Apple's new iPhone 6 A8 chip

Apple's iPhone 6 appears on schedule for its public reveal in September, when they begin churning off the production line into the pockets of tens of millions of customers. The smartphone will use new Apple-designed chips, here's...

INFOGRAPHIC: Crazy pent-up iPhone 6 demand

Reuters this morning cites sources claiming iPhone 6 production may be constrained following last minute component problems, but as this infographic shows the scale of pent-up demand for Apple's new device suggests sales will be...

10 credible future Apple product claims for this week

Apple executives have been promising an amazing year of Apple product introductions since last year, but some products on that schedule may slip -- Apple seldom ships a product until it is ready. Despite the appearance of delay,...

16 tips for Mac users who must use Windows

16 tips for Mac users who must use Windows

I was forced to use a Windows PC the other day. It was a shock, particularly because search engines generally generate tips for switching from Windows to Mac when queried on this. It made me suspect Mac users may sometimes need a...

6 Apple lessons Microsoft never learned

6 Apple lessons Microsoft never learned

Microsoft's stock price says it's in poor shape and while the new direction makes sense, it would already be doing much better if it had listened to what Apple's taught it over the decades. Here are a few lessons it should have...

Can Apple keep us safe in the Internet of Things?

Can Apple keep us safe in the Internet of Things?

All the tech players are getting into the space but that doesn't mean they know what they are doing. All they seek is a way to keep revenue rising, some by selling you things, others to learn more about you so they can sell you. And...

Liberation: 10 OS X steps to free Mac disk space

Liberation: 10 OS X steps to free Mac disk space

Are you running out of space on your Mac? Are you unable to save files because your computer tells you its disk is full? Clean your drive with these 10 simple tips.

OS X: Did you know this useful hidden font feature?

OS X: Did you know this useful hidden font feature?

If you've ever spent time swapping between fonts to find the most appropriate one you need for use in any project, you've been wasting time -- this hidden feature had you covered all along.

Want a tech job? Apple says it helps to be white and male

Want a tech job? Apple says it helps to be white and male

In 1869 African American men gained the right to vote in the U.S. Fifty-one years later, women won that right. Despite this, jobs across the technology sector seem easier to get if you happen to be white and male, and Apple's public...

Apple's iOS leads the enterprise, Android doesn't

Apple's iOS leads the enterprise, Android doesn't

Google's Android has managed to steal a few points of share in the enterprise sector, but is unlikely to maintain this once new iPhones and iPads ship and the Apple/IBM alliance truly kicks in.

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