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 goes back to the future with web apps

Apple goes back to the future with web apps

Apple's about to introduce Service Worker support in Safari. So, what are Service Workers, and why might they matter to you or your enterprise?

Apple is about to help save thousands of lives

Apple is about to help save thousands of lives

A new iPhone feature promises to save thousands of lives and billions of dollars by making it easier for emergency services to find you when you contact them for help.

Apple reveals 6 huge iOS improvements for 2018

Apple reveals 6 huge iOS improvements for 2018

Apple announced several important details around some of the key iOS improvements the company hopes to make available to the rest of us in the coming weeks.

Is this the new iPhone Xi?

Is this the new iPhone Xi?

New renderings put a picture to the next generation of iPhone X, as analysts begin to think about the next big iThing.

Apple still wants to teach the world to code (with Swift)

Apple still wants to teach the world to code (with Swift)

Apple continues to drive forward in its attempt to teach people how to develop with Swift with a massive European expansion of its Everyone Can Code scheme.

iPhone addiction? You ain't seen nothing yet ...

iPhone addiction? You ain't seen nothing yet ...

iPhones and other smartphones truly are addictive, and we’re spending more time staring at them than ever before.

How Apple Developer Enterprise license works

How Apple Developer Enterprise license works

Apple’s Developer Enterprise Program lets enterprises develop and distribute proprietary iOS apps across the company outside of the App Store.

CES 2018: Apple’s CarPlay wins friends and frenemies

CES 2018: Apple’s CarPlay wins friends and frenemies

Apple's CarPlay is becoming a standard fitting in new vehicles, but the company still has work to do to really make the engines "vroom."

Apple is getting very, very serious about enterprise IT

Apple is getting very, very serious about enterprise IT

Newly updated guides and Apple at Work pages illustrate just how far the company has come to stake its claim for 21st century connected business.

10 iPhone X hints for business users

10 iPhone X hints for business users

Apple’s new flagship smartphone is extraordinarily powerful (nothing at CES comes close). These tips will help enterprise users get the most out of it.

5 printing secrets every Mac user needs

5 printing secrets every Mac user needs

Everyone knows how to print from their Mac, right? You just hit the Print button (or Command-P) – but are you using these print-related tricks?

Apple’s future is pants

Apple’s future is pants

The release of Energous' wireless, at-a-distance charging solution makes it possible for tech firms such as Apple to imagine next-generation connected devices, including clothing.

Life after iTunes: Apple’s big media challenge

Life after iTunes: Apple’s big media challenge

Apple is spending billions to produce original video content as it builds its place in the future of media, but it faces lots of challenges in its attempt.

How to use parental controls to protect your iPhone

How to use parental controls to protect your iPhone

Apple already provides parental control Restrictions parents can use to limit their children’s smartphone use. Here’s what you need to know.

How Apple users can protect themselves against Spectre and Meltdown

How Apple users can protect themselves against Spectre and Meltdown

Fire and fury as Apple confirms all Macs, iPhones, iPads and other devices (bar Apple Watch) are vulnerable to the newly revealed Spectre and Meltdown bugs.

Apple acts as digital transformation hits panic mode

Apple acts as digital transformation hits panic mode

Major processor flaws mean everybody’s data is at much higher risk than we thought.

8 ways Apple could improve Continuity on Mac and iOS

8 ways Apple could improve Continuity on Mac and iOS

Apple's Continuity suite is great, but there’s always room for improvement. Here are eight feature requests to make the tools even better.

11 New Year's resolutions for Mac users

11 New Year's resolutions for Mac users

Are you looking for a few ways to get even more out of using your Mac across the coming year? Here are some ideas.

How Apple slows down old iPhones

How Apple slows down old iPhones

Under pressure, Apple revealed it does reduce the power of older iPhones, calling its older device performance limit a "feature."

The iPhone X getting-started guide

The iPhone X getting-started guide

You’ll be using all the new gestures and taking control of Face ID in no time at all thanks to this simple iPhone X user guide.

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