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.

iPad Pro 2018: A review

How to check the condition of your Mac’s battery

How to check the condition of your Mac’s battery

If you’re thinking about buying a second-hand Mac notebook, you need to know how to find the condition of the battery. This simple tip helps you do that.

How to use your iPad Pro to replace your laptop (Part 4)

How to use your iPad Pro to replace your laptop (Part 4)

In the fourth episode in the guide to help you use an iPad Pro instead of a notebook, we show you how to get more from tags and how to use Apple’s Files app.

How to use your iPad Pro to replace your laptop (Part 3)

How to use your iPad Pro to replace your laptop (Part 3)

In the third episode in the multi-part guide to help you use an iPad Pro instead of a notebook, we show you how to use the multi-tasking features.

How to use your iPad Pro to replace your laptop (Part 2)

How to use your iPad Pro to replace your laptop (Part 2)

The second installment of this multi-part guide to using your iPad Pro as a laptop replacement explains how to take control of your keyboard.

How to use your iPad Pro as a laptop replacement

How to use your iPad Pro as a laptop replacement

Apple’s iPad Pro has evolved into a powerful productivity solution for enterprise users. Learn what equipment and software you need in order to use it instead of a laptop when on the road.

Apple's little iOS is rapidly changing the retail industry

Apple's little iOS is rapidly changing the retail industry

'We are seeing industry-wide adoption of iOS at thousands of retailers, from neighborhood boutiques to many of the best-known retailers in the world,' says Apple CFO Luca Maestri.

Why Apple’s Siri is already an enterprise product

Why Apple’s Siri is already an enterprise product

The usual suspects love to spend time claiming Siri lags other voice assistants; they don’t seem to understand that Apple’s voice assistant is an enterprise product. It's all about the data – and privacy.

An enterprise take on Apple’s ‘More in the Making’ event

An enterprise take on Apple’s ‘More in the Making’ event

Apple introduced a new MacBook Air, Mac mini and iPad Pro at its Tuesday event in New York. What are the implications for the enterprise?

What is the future of the Mac?

What is the future of the Mac?

Apple will set the fate of both of its main creative platforms – the Mac and iPad Pro – at its event in New York today. The future of both is at stake.

Apple in the enterprise? It’s nice, but you may need bigger change

Apple in the enterprise? It’s nice, but you may need bigger change

No matter how many Macs, iPads, iPhones or even Surface devices you roll out at work, if you’re not prepared to change how you do business you’re probably on borrowed time.

Macs@IBM: An interview with IBM CIO Fletcher Previn

Macs@IBM: An interview with IBM CIO Fletcher Previn

I spoke with Previn to discuss IBM’s adoption of Apple’s platforms, and to get some insight into how to run a successful choice program.

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