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.

Microsoft gets ready for Apple Silicon Macs

Microsoft gets ready for Apple Silicon Macs

Microsoft seems focused on delivering on its promise to bring Office to Apple Silicon Macs.

How to prepare your Mac deployments for Big Sur

How to prepare your Mac deployments for Big Sur

Enterprises should now check that they are ready for the imminent release of macOS 11 BigSur.

Apple announces ‘One More Thing’ event Nov. 10

Apple announces ‘One More Thing’ event Nov. 10

Apple is expected to introduce the first Macs powered by Apple Silicon at a special online event this month.

How Apple tech is used in the renewable energy industry

How Apple tech is used in the renewable energy industry

Apple’s solutions are being used at one of the world’s leading wind turbine manufacturers.

How JustEat developed mobile apps for international audiences

How JustEat developed mobile apps for international audiences

JustEat principal developer spoke about the advantages of modular app development at the recent Swift Heroes event.

WFH: As workplace culture changes, tech support becomes remote-first

WFH: As workplace culture changes, tech support becomes remote-first

Here's a look at the Apple side of tech support during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Apple’s A14 chip has a superpower version for Macs

Apple’s A14 chip has a superpower version for Macs

Apple will be using a superpowered version of the A14 chips used inside the iPhone 12, a report claims.

Apple MDM services are essential for the WFH enterprise

Apple MDM services are essential for the WFH enterprise

Apple MDM vendor Addigy confirms that more companies than ever are making the move to fully remote work.

The Apple University guide to effective business management

The Apple University guide to effective business management

How to run a tech company (or anything else) the Apple University way.

Microsoft updates Yammer and Teams for iOS

Microsoft updates Yammer and Teams for iOS

Microsoft continues to expedite speedy and useful updates across its Apple-facing apps with updates for iPad- or iPhone-using enterprise pros.

WFH? Tips for better Wi-Fi network performance

WFH? Tips for better Wi-Fi network performance

Here are a few tips (mainly for Mac users) that should help improve wireless network performance in your at-home office.

Adobe gets mobile, remote and goes to war with deep fakes

Adobe gets mobile, remote and goes to war with deep fakes

Adobe has ramped up its use of AI, introduced Illustrator for iPad, and gone to war against deep fakes.

Signal intelligence shows strong iPhone 12 demand

Signal intelligence shows strong iPhone 12 demand

Businesses hoping to deploy fleets of Apple’s first 5G phones may have a wait on their hands

Zoom is becoming what Apple's FaceTime should have been

Zoom is becoming what Apple's FaceTime should have been

Apple had a chance to define the video collaboration space. It failed to take it.

What's next for 5G now that Apple supports it in the iPhone 12?

What's next for 5G now that Apple supports it in the iPhone 12?

The iPhone 12 supports 5G, but problems remain and all parties should avoid setting unrealistic expectations.

How Apple’s iPhone 12 may boost your business

How Apple’s iPhone 12 may boost your business

It's time for 5G, LiDAR, and details about how your business can exploit the new Apple smartphone's Neural Engine.

Apple is working to make AR part of everyday life

Apple is working to make AR part of everyday life

Here's how the company wants to use the U1 chip inside iPhones and Apple Watch to support connected AR experiences (and more).

An iPhone a day keeps the doctor away

An iPhone a day keeps the doctor away

Apple's iPhone is becoming an essential tool for medical care as smart medical devices enter use.

What we think we know about Apple Silicon Macs

What we think we know about Apple Silicon Macs

Apple will soon introduce the first Macs based on Apple Silicon.What do we think we know about them so far?

Apple is introducing iPhone Health Records to UK and Canada

Apple is introducing iPhone Health Records to UK and Canada

Health Records are now available to some patients in the UK and Canada with coverage to be extended in the next few months, Apple says.

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