Jonny Evans

Hello, and thanks for dropping in. I'm pleased to meet you. I'm Jonny Evans, and I've been writing (mainly about Apple) since 1999. These days I write my daily AppleHolic blog at Computerworld.com, where I explore Apple's growing identity in the enterprise. You can also keep up with my work at AppleMust, and follow me on Mastodon, LinkedIn and (maybe) Twitter.

Apple wants to build a new computing platform with AR

MacStadium sees a ‘massive opportunity’ for Apple in business markets

MacStadium sees a ‘massive opportunity’ for Apple in business markets

“I’ve never been more optimistic for the Mac platform,” says MacStadium CTO Chris Chapman.

Cisco's Mac choice scheme confirms Apple's future in enterprise tech

Cisco's Mac choice scheme confirms Apple's future in enterprise tech

Cisco says 59% of new hires choose a Mac and 65% of existing workers switch to Apple’s platform when they get the chance.

Apple marks Data Privacy Week with in-store privacy training, more

Apple marks Data Privacy Week with in-store privacy training, more

Apple is celebrating Data Privacy Week by helping iPhone users learn how to use the privacy protection tools they already have in hand.

Review: The M2 Mac mini is the perfect desktop for most users

Review: The M2 Mac mini is the perfect desktop for most users

While the leap from M1 to M2 chips doesn’t deliver quite as vast a performance boost as the jump from previous Mac chips to Apple Silicon, the entry-level Mac still does what most people need a computer to do.

Apple appeals UK probe, but is it just buying time?

Apple appeals UK probe, but is it just buying time?

Apple is appealing a regulatory investigation against it and Google over mobile services. But does it already plan key changes to its approach?

iCloud for Windows: What is it (and how do you use it)?

iCloud for Windows: What is it (and how do you use it)?

Apple continues to improve its iCloud app for Windows, which works hard to bridge the gap between both platform ecosystems.

Apple now offers Wi-Fi 6E in Macs; what does it do?

Apple now offers Wi-Fi 6E in Macs; what does it do?

Apple introduced Wi-Fi 6E to iPads in late 2022 and this week unveiled the first Macs to support the standard. What difference might it make?

Apple unveils new Macs with faster M2 Pro, M2 Max chips

Apple unveils new Macs with faster M2 Pro, M2 Max chips

The new processors in the MacBook Pro and Mac mini deliver significant performance gains — and 22-hour battery life.

How Apple and ‘composable business’ go hand in glove

How Apple and ‘composable business’ go hand in glove

Apple products can be a compelling, user-friendly front end to back-end tech composed of modular building blocks.

Is that an iPad in your fire truck or am I seeing things?

Is that an iPad in your fire truck or am I seeing things?

Apple's iPad and how it's used have both evolved since its introduction in 2010. These days, it could even help save your life.

Apple puts local businesses on the Maps

Apple puts local businesses on the Maps

Apple Business Connect gives business owners control over their public appearance across the Apple ecosystem.

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