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.

800,000 Shopify merchants now support Apple Business Chat

800,000 Shopify merchants now support Apple Business Chat

Shopify introduces Apple Business Chat support for use across its worldwide network of 800,000 online merchants. Now even small firms can offer this kind of customer interaction.

13 easy-to-miss iOS 13 improvements you’ll want to use

13 easy-to-miss iOS 13 improvements you’ll want to use

As iPhone users begin exploring the iOS 13 public beta that is now available, here are some easy-to-miss features they should remember to check out.

A first look at macOS Catalina (public beta now available)

A first look at macOS Catalina (public beta now available)

Apple today opened up its macOS Catalina Public Beta Program, so I thought it useful to share some first impressions of the new Mac OS.

How ‘Find My’ Mac works in macOS Catalina and iOS 13

How ‘Find My’ Mac works in macOS Catalina and iOS 13

Apple has created cutting-edge system that can safely, securely and privately help users find lost or stolen things.

Macs in the enterprise: 6 stats every IT purchaser needs

Macs in the enterprise: 6 stats every IT purchaser needs

If you run a business and are looking for a way to boost productivity, reduce costs, and improve employee retention, these statistics prove Macs are for you.

Don't consider Apple Watch an enterprise product? Think again

Don't consider Apple Watch an enterprise product? Think again

Hyper-personal, context sensitive, equipped with highly secure and private machine intelligence, the increasingly independent Apple Watch is a business opportunity you should explore.

WWDC: Has Apple closed the door on non-Mac App Store apps?

WWDC: Has Apple closed the door on non-Mac App Store apps?

Apple is making it a little more difficult to install apps not sold at the Mac App Store, but it isn't impossible to get Mac apps that come from other sources.

12+ amazing ways iOS 13 transforms travel and tourism

12+ amazing ways iOS 13 transforms travel and tourism

The $8 trillion travel industry is already a digital industry, iOS 13 will accelerate its transformation

WWDC: Apple’s iOS 13 NFC improvements are good for business

WWDC: Apple’s iOS 13 NFC improvements are good for business

Near field communication (NFC) improvements in iOS 13 will impact multiple industries.

Microsoft’s App Store now offers Apple’s iCloud for Windows

Microsoft’s App Store now offers Apple’s iCloud for Windows

What it is and how to use it

WWDC: 16+ ways Apple improved iPad productivity

WWDC: 16+ ways Apple improved iPad productivity

iPad and Mac just became a perfect team to get things done

How did people react to Apple's WWDC news?

How did people react to Apple's WWDC news?

Based on social media activity, there was significant interest in the news out of Apple's WWDC event last week, with much of it positive.

WWDC: Get to know Apple’s 11+ new privacy tools

WWDC: Get to know Apple’s 11+ new privacy tools

Apple continues to improve privacy protection across its operating systems. Here's what you need to know.

WWDC: Mac Pro — the computer for the few

WWDC: Mac Pro — the computer for the few

Apple nails it with its new Mac Pro. Its high-end computer, while a high price tag, radically enhances the workflow of the high-end user and is the best a professional can get.

WWDC: What you need to know about Sign In with Apple

WWDC: What you need to know about Sign In with Apple

There’s lots of interest in Apple’s new Sign In with Apple system, a highly secure, private way to sign in to apps and websites. Here’s what you need to know.

WWDC: 12 big announcements for enterprise users

WWDC: 12 big announcements for enterprise users

Apple’s most important developer conference in years had plenty of news for enterprise IT, everything from new hardware to a new iPad operating system and a revamped iOS 13.

Who watches the iOS parental control apps?

Who watches the iOS parental control apps?

Do you want developers you don’t know over whom you have no control watching what your children do?

What can enterprise users expect at Apple’s WWDC?

What can enterprise users expect at Apple’s WWDC?

Marzipan, iPad productivity, and a swathe of new developer tools should mean new opportunities to enterprise IT.

12 Google Docs tips for iOS users

12 Google Docs tips for iOS users

A short collection of slightly harder to find Google Docs tools for iOS users

Apple has updated the iPod touch

Apple has updated the iPod touch

Everything iPhone, except the phone.

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