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.

JumpCloud brings Remote Access to cross-platform teams

JumpCloud brings Remote Access to cross-platform teams

JumpCloud Product Manager Tom Bridge talked about Apple's growing status in enterprise IT, and how remote access can drive the multi-platform world of hybrid work.

How the new Matter standard could unleash innovation in IoT

How the new Matter standard could unleash innovation in IoT

“Matter is for consumers who want systems that just work, and for innovative enterprises who need a robust system on which to innovate. With a little luck it will open this industry,” says Tobin Richardson, president and CEO of the...

Apple must take another brick from its wall, says EU

Apple must take another brick from its wall, says EU

The European Union wants to break down the wall surrounding Apple’s proverbial garden as new laws target Big Tech.

Your company brand may soon be held hostage to Adobe, Pantone (u)

Your company brand may soon be held hostage to Adobe, Pantone (u)

If your company brand assets were created in Adobe Creative Suite using Pantone colors you may now need to pay a fee to use them, even if they are many years old.

Apple's Mac renaissance has truly begun

Apple's Mac renaissance has truly begun

More than half of the Macs sold during Apple's biggest quarter for its computer went to people new to the platform. That speaks volumes.

Apple's Q4 results show growth in 'interesting times'

Apple's Q4 results show growth in 'interesting times'

We're born for interesting times, but with new records Apple management impresses and disappoints. Predicts 'deceleration' of growth into December.

Apple improves iCloud.com for better ease of use

Apple improves iCloud.com for better ease of use

Apple is testing improvements to its online iCloud service, making it easier to use and introducing a smattering of new tricks.

Apple VP confirms iPhones will shift to USB-C

Apple VP confirms iPhones will shift to USB-C

The move follows an EU decision to create a mandatory charging standard for small electronic devices.

Apple’s DeskView and Continuity Camera come to Webex

Apple’s DeskView and Continuity Camera come to Webex

‘This industry-first innovation enables frontline workers to collaborate more effectively by leveraging the high-quality video capture capabilities of Apple devices,’ says Cisco.

10+ ways iPadOS 16 can make you more productive

10+ ways iPadOS 16 can make you more productive

Apple's latest iteration of the iPad OS promises to help you get things done a little more effectively.

7+ ways macOS Ventura will make you more productive

7+ ways macOS Ventura will make you more productive

Here's a collection of the most useful productivity-enhancing improvements in macOS Ventura, which is due to arrive next week.

Apple’s next big thing might be healthcare

Apple’s next big thing might be healthcare

By 2030, intelligent wireless body monitoring could lead to pervasive and personalized healthcare. Deeper and smarter insights into the body means that devices can serve as a preventive health tool.

Apple updates the iPad Pro and entry-level iPad

Apple updates the iPad Pro and entry-level iPad

The top-end iPad gains an M2 Mac processor, ProRes support and more, while Apple's entry-level tablet gets a processor shift and landscape camera, too.

Get ready for the next big thing in Macs and the iPad Pro

Get ready for the next big thing in Macs and the iPad Pro

Businesses plotting investment in new Macs or iPads should delay the spend for just a few weeks more as Apple’s refresh announcements are imminent.

Why are you hoarding your old smartphones?

Why are you hoarding your old smartphones?

Closed loop manufacturing means it’s time to send your iPhone back.

How will Meta handle a dose of Apple Reality?

How will Meta handle a dose of Apple Reality?

Apple is preparing to introduce its first-generation mixed-reality device following years of development. Meta is upset and is trying to score a few punches before its competitor enters the ring.

This is why Apple will lead the business market

This is why Apple will lead the business market

It's important to note that the next generation of employees have used handheld electrical devices since they were babies.

If the PC market is in decline, how's Apple faring?

If the PC market is in decline, how's Apple faring?

IDC observes a 40.2% increase in Apple’s Q3 marketshare, Canalys sees this up just 1.3% — and Gartner reckons the company saw its share fall 15.6%. At least one set of assumptions is incorrect.

Now your business can deploy virtual Mac desktops in the cloud

Now your business can deploy virtual Mac desktops in the cloud

MacStadium recently introduced a virtual Mac desktop cloud solution — the first of its kind. I caught up with Chris Chapman, the company’s senior vice president and CTO, to find out more.

Yes, you can outsource hybrid workplace disruption

Yes, you can outsource hybrid workplace disruption

The Apple-in-the-enterprise space has begun to create opportunities for companies willing to look for smart answers to emerging pain points around the future of work.

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