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.

10+ Siri tips to help you work at home

10+ Siri tips to help you work at home

If you are following the science of pandemics, you’re still working at home. So how can Apple’s Siri help you get your work done?

When will Apple break up iTunes for Windows?

When will Apple break up iTunes for Windows?

One year on and Windows users are still stranded with iTunes.

Big Sur: The most interesting macOS beta in a generation

Big Sur: The most interesting macOS beta in a generation

But the introduction of support for Apple Silicon for future Macs means beta testers this year should expect the unexpected.

Apple, the iPhone 11, CBRS and the enterprise

Apple, the iPhone 11, CBRS and the enterprise

Apple's iPhone 11 supports Citizens Broadband Radio Services (CBRS). What is this and what can it do for your enterprise?

Apple already ships Macs with Apple Silicon

Apple already ships Macs with Apple Silicon

And no, it’s not the Developer Transition Kit the company began passing out after WWDC.

Apple's big notebook opportunity knocks

Apple's big notebook opportunity knocks

The move to Apple Silicon means Macs now offer an exciting enterprise story as remote working becomes normalized.

What we think we know about Apple Silicon and Thunderbolt 4

What we think we know about Apple Silicon and Thunderbolt 4

Will Intel's newly-introduced Thunderbolt 4 be supported on Apple Silicon Macs?

Apple extends iPhone repair services across U.S., Canada, Europe

Apple extends iPhone repair services across U.S., Canada, Europe

Apple's Independent Repair Provider Program grows across the U.S. and is to be extended into Canada and Europe.

Apple has built its own Mac graphics processors

Apple has built its own Mac graphics processors

Apple Silicon Macs will use an Apple-designed GPU – which makes complete sense and promises useful performance advantages.

Apple plots path to the next Intel iMac

Apple plots path to the next Intel iMac

But where is the next iMac Pro?

13 privacy improvements Apple announced at WWDC

13 privacy improvements Apple announced at WWDC

Apple maintains its focus on providing technology-driven convenience while also protecting customer privacy.

iOS 14: How to use App Library on iPhone

iOS 14: How to use App Library on iPhone

Apple's new App Library should help iPhone users trying to get stuff done stay a little more focused.

Apple's Silicon Macs promise screaming performance

Apple's Silicon Macs promise screaming performance

The first early Silicon Mac benchmarks are just a pale reflection of the potential Apple could unleash with these machines.

iOS 14: How to use widgets on iPad and iPhone

iOS 14: How to use widgets on iPad and iPhone

Apple's newly introduced Home screen widgets on iPads and iPhones could be useful to enterprise professionals.

WWDC: Apple brings Face ID and Touch ID authentication to Safari

WWDC: Apple brings Face ID and Touch ID authentication to Safari

Enterprises can soon protect their internal and external facing web services with Apple's biometric authentication.

Why Apple acquired Fleetsmith

Why Apple acquired Fleetsmith

The move gives Apple tools to support remote working and employee choice schemes.

WWDC: Box CEO says enterprise tech must ‘think like consumer'

WWDC: Box CEO says enterprise tech must ‘think like consumer'

At this week's WWDC, Box CEO Aaron Levie talked digital transformation and the future of work amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

WWDC: 12+ announcements for the Apple enterprise

WWDC: 12+ announcements for the Apple enterprise

Buried within the tidal wave of news from Apple's WWDC this week are numerous details that should be of interest to enterprise users.

WWDC 2020: Yes, Apple is dumping Intel, gently

WWDC 2020: Yes, Apple is dumping Intel, gently

Apple will ship its first Macs running its own Apple-developed ARM-based processors this year as it begins a two-year transition from Intel.

WWDC: Everything Apple shared at its big developer event

WWDC: Everything Apple shared at its big developer event

Here's a rundown of Apple's key platform announcements as they were introduced.

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