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.

Apple’s swift MacBook Pro response shows its advantages

Apple’s swift MacBook Pro response shows its advantages

Apple’s teams swung into action to respond to throttling complaints about the new MacBook Pros, illustrating the enterprise-class advantages of the company’s platforms.

The rapidly growing business case for Apple’s ARKit

The rapidly growing business case for Apple’s ARKit

There’s a rapidly growing need for almost every enterprise to spend time thinking about how augmented reality (AR) can transform their business.

The MacBook Pro’s T2 chip boosts enterprise security

The MacBook Pro’s T2 chip boosts enterprise security

The new T2 chip in Apple's MacBook Pro provides a secure boot, even for Windows installations on a Mac.

About that MacBook Pro Core i9 throttling story (updated)

About that MacBook Pro Core i9 throttling story (updated)

Is that software optimized yet? It wasn't, but Apple just fixed it with a patch.

Why two Apple HomePods really are better than one

Why two Apple HomePods really are better than one

A review of a paired HomePod system, music playback quality and what it tells us about tomorrow.

How to use Apple Maps more effectively

How to use Apple Maps more effectively

How to use some of the lesser-known features tucked away inside Apple Maps.

Adobe has killed the ‘iPad is not productive’ story

Adobe has killed the ‘iPad is not productive’ story

Adobe’s decision to put its creative apps on iPads means there is now no justification whatsoever to argue that iPads are not productive devices.

8 things we learned about Apple Car this week

8 things we learned about Apple Car this week

We’ve learned a lot about the Apple Car this week, and it seems the technology it is developing is also being deployed across the company’s wider ecosystem.

Why Microsoft's Surface Go is no 'iPad-killer'

Why Microsoft's Surface Go is no 'iPad-killer'

I hoped the whole "iPad-killer" meme had finally kicked the bucket, but I was wrong: The hype is back around Microsoft’s overpriced and underpowered Surface Go. Here are the facts.

Apple’s App Store: 10 years to change the world

Apple’s App Store: 10 years to change the world

Think about how you live today, compared to how you once existed. It’s quite clear that mobile and apps have impacted almost everything you do.

How to turn your iPhone into a step counter

How to turn your iPhone into a step counter

Your iPhone already diligently counts how many steps you take and how many miles you walk each day. Here is how to use the pedometer you already own.

5 clever little iCloud tips you’ll probably use

5 clever little iCloud tips you’ll probably use

iCloud online provides you with some useful little features you may want to use.

Apple plans a little Mac and iPad summer lovin’

Apple plans a little Mac and iPad summer lovin’

A fresh regulatory filing has people speculating about whether Apple plans to announce new Macs and iPads in a surprise summer blast.

Apple’s iPhone 8 is about to get even better

Apple’s iPhone 8 is about to get even better

The quintessence of traditional iPhone design, iPhone 8 becomes an even better device this year thanks to iOS 12.

Thoughts on Apple's rapidly evolving AI

Thoughts on Apple's rapidly evolving AI

WWDC 2018 introduced significant enhancements to artificial intelligence (AI) on Apple’s platforms, so here’s a few ideas of what to expect.

iOS 12: 26 ways Apple is about to improve Maps

iOS 12: 26 ways Apple is about to improve Maps

Apple is about to make Maps faster, more accurate, and way more feature-packed than ever. Here are just 26 Apple Maps features to look for in iOS 12.

10 macOS 10.14 Mojave secrets

10 macOS 10.14 Mojave secrets

Some of the lesser-known changes inside the new Mac OS -- macOS 10.14 Mojave.

MacOS Mojave: How to use Quick Actions in Finder

MacOS Mojave: How to use Quick Actions in Finder

Mojave's Quick Actions make it much easier to perform some of your most frequently used edits on photos, audio, and video files without leaving Finder.

MacOS Mojave beta first look: Stable, powerful and about you

MacOS Mojave beta first look: Stable, powerful and about you

I like this beta. I like its stability. I like what it seems to tell me about Apple’s direction with the Mac.

Apple's iOS 12 Public Beta is available now: First thoughts

Apple's iOS 12 Public Beta is available now: First thoughts

Just weeks since announcing it, Apple has already shipped its first iOS 12 Public Beta. Any iPhone user can sign up for the beta. Here are my first impressions of it.

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