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.

Apple makes COVID-19 Exposure Notifications an iOS feature

Apple makes COVID-19 Exposure Notifications an iOS feature

Apple is introducing limited support for COVID-19 Exposure Notifications without downloading an app in iOS 13.7.

Apple Maps is becoming business critical

Apple Maps is becoming business critical

Apple plots user-submitted business reviews and images plan for Apple Maps in iOS 14.

Will Apple's iPhone 12 generate an upgrade 'supercycle'?

Will Apple's iPhone 12 generate an upgrade 'supercycle'?

...Or will simply maintaining current levels of demand represent success in the current climate?

Tim Cook has now led Apple for nine years

Tim Cook has now led Apple for nine years

Under his leadership the company has grown from a $400 billion operation to $2 trillion corporation.

Adobe's iOS Lightroom crisis shows need for backup

Adobe's iOS Lightroom crisis shows need for backup

Enterprise and personal users should backup often and verify new software before they install it.

10 ways to get more out of your Mac

10 ways to get more out of your Mac

Here's a short collection of tips to help you get more from your Mac.

Time to think different on Apple’s Stocks app

Time to think different on Apple’s Stocks app

What does Apple’s Stocks app actually do, and why has it been part of iOS since the beginning?

Epic vs. Apple is not about 'freedom'

Epic vs. Apple is not about 'freedom'

While Epic claims its fight with Apple is all about freedom, it it's hard not to think it's just about money.

Xcode becomes vector for new Mac malware attack

Xcode becomes vector for new Mac malware attack

Developers, check your GitHub repositories as malware makers seek exfiltration opportunities.

2020: Apple’s still got a handful of songs to sing

2020: Apple’s still got a handful of songs to sing

What does Apple plan to introduce to us during the rest of the year? Quite a lot, it appears.

10+ WFH tips for Mac users

10+ WFH tips for Mac users

Here's a useful collection that will help you automate tasks using scheduling and reminder features Apple includes in every Mac.

Yes, you can now run Windows on Big Sur

Yes, you can now run Windows on Big Sur

Parallels Desktop 16 lets you run Windows and Linux virtual machines on Macs, including Big Sur.

30 keyboard shortcuts Mac users need to know

30 keyboard shortcuts Mac users need to know

This collection of keyboard shortcuts for macOS can help users get the most from their iMacs, MacBook Pro and MacBook laptops.

How AI on Apple Silicon will help the enterprise

How AI on Apple Silicon will help the enterprise

Machine learning will transform every part of the Apple experience in the coming years.

Why Apple must accelerate its digital health product development

Why Apple must accelerate its digital health product development

COVID-19 has driven fast digital health deployment worldwide. Apple should accelerate its own product development plans to match the time.

Is Apple’s new 27-in. iMac a good fit for business?

Is Apple’s new 27-in. iMac a good fit for business?

Apple has introduced what may be the penultimate 27-in. iMac configuration powered by an Intel processor. But is this still a good fit for your business?

Essential iPad tips to help you work from home

Essential iPad tips to help you work from home

This extensive collection of tips should help you become more productive when using your iPad to get work done.

Apple’s retail technology play

Apple’s retail technology play

Apple invests in a system that turns iPhones into POS payment systems.

11 essential business management insights from Apple’s Q3

11 essential business management insights from Apple’s Q3

Managing the pandemic, the move to remote working and healthcare, the rise of the Mac and other essential insights to guide IT.

Qualcomm hints at (slight) 5G iPhone 12  delay

Qualcomm hints at (slight) 5G iPhone 12 delay

The company's Q4 guidance cites reduced shipments because of "the delay of a global 5G flagship phone launch."

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