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. You can also keep up with my work at AppleMust.

Driven by pandemic, the US enters the world of Apple Pay

Amazon switches on macOS Big Sur for AWS

Amazon switches on macOS Big Sur for AWS

Amazon’s decision to introduce Mac support via AWS illustrates Apple’s growing importance in enterprise IT,

Something new, something old in Apple’s 2021 MacBook Pro upgrade

Something new, something old in Apple’s 2021 MacBook Pro upgrade

The refreshed MacBook Pro laptops expected later this year will only be available with an M-series chip, offer no Touch Bar, add an SD-card reader and may support 8K displays.

Why Apple should let you define private places on iPhones

Why Apple should let you define private places on iPhones

A recent study shows that even location data can reveal a lot of information about people.

Apple is investing in 6G, but it doesn’t matter (yet)

Apple is investing in 6G, but it doesn’t matter (yet)

We shouldn't get too excited that Apple is investing in next-generation 6G technology development.

Apple publishes in-depth M1, Mac, and iOS security guide

Apple publishes in-depth M1, Mac, and iOS security guide

Apple Platform Security Guide 2021 reveals all the latest security changes introduced in A14 chips and new M1 Macs.

If you liked the M1 Macs, you'll love the M1X

If you liked the M1 Macs, you'll love the M1X

Fresh speculation suggests Apple's next wave of M-powered Macs will deliver screaming+ performance.

iPad gains much-improved Microsoft Office app

iPad gains much-improved Microsoft Office app

Microsoft reads the zeitgeist with a welcome release for iPad-toting professionals that combines Word, PowerPoint and Excel inside an easy to manage experience.

How to password protect PDFs on Macs (for free)

How to password protect PDFs on Macs (for free)

Here's how you can use your Mac's built-in tools to create password-protected PDFs to secure data while working remotely.

Can Apple Watch boost your endpoint security?

Can Apple Watch boost your endpoint security?

With 100 million in use, should enterprises begin to use Apple Watch to improve remote work security?

Apple wants Safari in iOS to be your private browser

Apple wants Safari in iOS to be your private browser

Apple continues working on privacy improvements in Safari as it seeks to disrupt the data industrial complex.

10 useful Mac tips for busy workers

10 useful Mac tips for busy workers

Here's another short collection of useful Mac tips for anyone trying to get too much done in too little time.

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