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.

Interest in older iPhones is declining

Do Apple devices need anti-virus software?

Do Apple devices need anti-virus software?

The nature of cyber attacks is changing, and traditional perimeter defenses aren't as effective as before. Your best option is anti-virus combined with other security tactics.

Apple invests in tomorrow’s coding talent

Apple invests in tomorrow’s coding talent

Apple opened up the application process for new students to join its Developer Academy in Naples, Italy.

The iPhone user's guide to the WhatsApp hack attack

The iPhone user's guide to the WhatsApp hack attack

Hackers have used a security bug inside WhatsApp to install spyware through an infected WhatsApp voice call, and Apple users are affected.

Digital transformation: Why every enterprise needs to think about UI

Digital transformation: Why every enterprise needs to think about UI

If your end users don’t like your new tech, they won’t use it.

Is Apple really about to kill the iPhone SE?

Is Apple really about to kill the iPhone SE?

A rumor claims iOS 13 will not support the iPhone SE.

No, Google, Apple's privacy is not a luxury item

No, Google, Apple's privacy is not a luxury item

Google services are subsidised by profits made from your data.

The SAP/Apple partnership changes everything

The SAP/Apple partnership changes everything

With SAP’s support, Apple’s CoreML and AR unlock enterprise productivity.

Hey, Siri, what’s the future of enterprise voice services?

Hey, Siri, what’s the future of enterprise voice services?

The future of enterprise voice services involves much more than asking Apple Watch to turn off your lights.

WWDC: iOS 13 brings iPad productivity, Watch independence and more

WWDC: iOS 13 brings iPad productivity, Watch independence and more

At the June 3 WWDC, expect Apple to reveal new operating systems and new iPhone-independent apps for Apple Watch, including an iPhone-independent App Store.

How to use 'Hey, Siri' to control Google Assistant on iPhone

How to use 'Hey, Siri' to control Google Assistant on iPhone

The iOS version of Google Assistant was updated to support Siri Shortcuts, which means you can now create a Siri Shortcut that lets you get help from the Assistant using Siri.

Apple results: The numbers that matter

Apple results: The numbers that matter

These are the big takeaways from Apple’s latest fiscal earnings report.

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