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.

What to do if you receive a FaceTime link

What to do if you receive a FaceTime link

If you use Windows, Android, or Linux, you may in the future receive a FaceTime invite from an Apple-wielding colleague.

Apple IT admins gain new tech support tool from Moysle

Apple IT admins gain new tech support tool from Moysle

The new feature for supporting remote workers comes amid a flurry of activity in the ‘Apple in the enterprise’ market.

A fast, first look at macOS Monterey

A fast, first look at macOS Monterey

Apple's macOS Monterey is now available for public beta testing, so I took it for a quick test drive.

What’s new in Shortcuts on macOS?

What’s new in Shortcuts on macOS?

Apple introduced Shortcuts for Macs running macOS Monterey at WWDC this year. The new desktop OS is expected to ship in fall.

On the future of work, Apple is in retrograde

On the future of work, Apple is in retrograde

Apple denies the new world of remote work in favor of its own somewhat inflexible hybrid working policy.

How AI can make meetings smarter

How AI can make meetings smarter

This short collection of (mostly) iOS compatible tools show how artificial intelligence will make your meetings smarter, and just how much smarter they may become.

Why would you want a giant iPad?

Why would you want a giant iPad?

Speculation that Apple has plans for giant iPads suggest the company has figured out how to make those things worth using.

Microsoft hits Apple with Windows 11

Microsoft hits Apple with Windows 11

Microsoft lashes out at Apple's App Store business with Windows 11 launch. What comes next?

Apple: Sideloading apps will undermine iOS security

Apple: Sideloading apps will undermine iOS security

Apple comes out fighting to protect its users — and its App Store.

Apple's Focus: What does it do and how does it work?

Apple's Focus: What does it do and how does it work?

Announced at WWDC, Apple's Focus app may be a useful tool for any remote worker attempting to get things done.

Apple’s SharePlay vision: Too little, too late?

Apple’s SharePlay vision: Too little, too late?

Why productivity and personality will be critical to SharePlay's success.

The future of work is hybrid and remote

The future of work is hybrid and remote

And the most agile employers will be able to attract the best staff, Dice report says. Apple, take note.

iOS 15: Apple sets the scene for the next big thing

iOS 15: Apple sets the scene for the next big thing

A little-noted iOS 15 setting gives Apple a chance to do something quite new down the road.

WSJ leaks Apple’s digital healthcare plan

WSJ leaks Apple’s digital healthcare plan

Apple has been working to develop its own subscription-based healthcare service, but the effort may have stalled, report claims.

WWDC: 12 small but important improvements you may have missed

WWDC: 12 small but important improvements you may have missed

Some of the smaller (mostly iOS) improvements Apple told us about on or around WWDC 2021 will be quite useful in the workplace.

WWDC: What's new for App Clips in ARKit 5

WWDC: What's new for App Clips in ARKit 5

Apple has updated App Clips with new features that make these things quite useful for many B2C and B2B enterprises.

Securing the Apple mobile enterprise takes context

Securing the Apple mobile enterprise takes context

Truce Software CEO Joe Boyle talks about Apple's place in business and the evolution of new security models for the remote enterprise.

WWDC: Why iCloud+ will help secure the enterprise

WWDC: Why iCloud+ will help secure the enterprise

iCloud+ is an upgraded version of Apple's existing service that provides secure emailing and VPN-style security for users.

WWDC: Universal Control on the Mac and iPad explained

WWDC: Universal Control on the Mac and iPad explained

Here's everything we know so far about Apple’s new productivity-boosting Universal Control feature for Mac and iPad — how it works and what systems support it.

WWDC: Apple digs deep to secure its platforms

WWDC: Apple digs deep to secure its platforms

From built-in IP address masking to insights into how information is abused, Apple continues to secure Macs, iPhones, iPads, and everything else it can.

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