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.

IBM: ‘Mac users are happier and more productive’

Apple is changing the world of enterprise IT

Apple is changing the world of enterprise IT

Sunil Patro, founder and CEO at SignEasy, talks about Apple's commitment to the enterprise – and why India is an important part of the future.

Why you should begin using Sign in with Apple

Why you should begin using Sign in with Apple

Convenience is great, but why should it cost you your privacy? Apple has an answer.

Duck Duck Go offers Mac users even more privacy

Duck Duck Go offers Mac users even more privacy

Duck Duck Go has revamped its Privacy Essentials extension for Safari users on Catalina.

Apple updates its privacy pages; you should take a look

Apple updates its privacy pages; you should take a look

Did you know your iPhone knows whether you’re human?

Apple's ex-wireless lead plots a solid state future for electronics

Apple's ex-wireless lead plots a solid state future for electronics

Apple’s former 5G chief, Ruben Caballero, is working to solve one of the oldest problems in the consumer electronics business.

Adobe Photoshop comes to iPad (Illustrator in 2020)

Adobe Photoshop comes to iPad (Illustrator in 2020)

The list of things iPads can't do continues to shrink as two creative industry stalwarts go mobile.

Apple’s Tim Cook has kept his $50B services promises

Apple’s Tim Cook has kept his $50B services promises

Apple’s services business now seems certain to exceed CEO Tim Cook’s 2017 performance promise.

Why Apple must turn HomeKit into homeOS

Why Apple must turn HomeKit into homeOS

Apple's HomeKit needs to become a full-fledged smart buildings OS to enable a vibrant smart home platform.

Apple seems to have its eyes on the road (map) for iPhone processors

Apple seems to have its eyes on the road (map) for iPhone processors

iPhone contract processor manufacturer TSMC is making a $19B bet on 3nm manufacturing – and that means faster iPhones are on the way.

Apple’s Catalyst will help bring Macs to the enterprise

Apple’s Catalyst will help bring Macs to the enterprise

The first wave of Catalyst apps have lessons for enterprise IT.

Why you need an Apple Watch at work

Why you need an Apple Watch at work

Can an Apple Watch keep you healthier at work? I think so...

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