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.

Eve Systems CEO: Matter standard is a 'foundational' tech

Why Apple may be planning life after Arm

Why Apple may be planning life after Arm

With Nvidia's Arm acquisition seemingly unlikely to succeed, what will Apple do?

Apple, accessibility, and Project Titan

Apple, accessibility, and Project Titan

Work on the Apple Car is exposing foundational technologies to support a decade or more of Apple innovation.

How to use FileVault to protect business data on Macs

How to use FileVault to protect business data on Macs

If you use Macs for business, you should be familiar with FileVault. Apple’s built-in disk encryption system for macOS can help protect corporate data.

What to expect from Apple in 2022

What to expect from Apple in 2022

Here's a look at what business users can look forward to from Apple next year.

What's needed to consolidate Apple’s enterprise gains?

What's needed to consolidate Apple’s enterprise gains?

Apple's recent moves show it wants to consolidate its place in the enterprise.

What the media doesn't say about Apple

What the media doesn't say about Apple

There’s a real lack of nuance in so much Apple reporting.

Analyst: Apple's AR glasses will run Mac chips

Analyst: Apple's AR glasses will run Mac chips

One day you will indeed wear your Mac like sunglasses, if the latest Apple AR glasses rumor proves to be true.

Apple pulls no punches in lawsuit against 'amoral' NSO Group

Apple pulls no punches in lawsuit against 'amoral' NSO Group

Apple calls NSO Group "21st century mercenaries who have created highly sophisticated cyber-surveillance machinery that invites routine and flagrant abuse."

Will Windows come to M1 Macs soon?

Will Windows come to M1 Macs soon?

It looks a little more likely you may soon be able to run Windows on M-series Macs, as a deal between Microsoft and Qualcomm is allegedly about to expire.

Apple delays office return, but is it still too optimistic?

Apple delays office return, but is it still too optimistic?

Apple has once again delayed its return to the workplace, but it will likely be forced to delay the return schedule yet another time.

Now that Apple offers right to repair, what will you do?

Now that Apple offers right to repair, what will you do?

Apple has at last agreed to make it a little easier for people to mend their own devices. What does this mean to your company?

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