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.

5 predictions for the Apple enterprise in 2021

5 predictions for the Apple enterprise in 2021

We know Apple will update all its things, but what else should enterprise users watch for from Apple in 2021?

Thoughts on Apple versus Facebook

Thoughts on Apple versus Facebook

Facebook really doesn't like it that Apple is giving users more control over their privacy.

Apple's COVID-19 response shines light on social responsibility

Apple's COVID-19 response shines light on social responsibility

The world’s leading tech firm becomes a poster child for corporate social responsibility.

Microsoft shows a little (more) love for Apple’s Touch Bar (u)

Microsoft shows a little (more) love for Apple’s Touch Bar (u)

Microsoft is about to introduce contextual Teams for Mac meetings controls for the MacBook Pro Touch Bar - and now offers Office as a Universal app for M1 and Intel Macs.

Apple's Privacy Nutrition Labels, available now and good for business

Apple's Privacy Nutrition Labels, available now and good for business

Apple's iOS 14.3 introduces Privacy Nutrition Labels for apps sold at the App Store, and that's good for users, developers and the enterprise.

WFH ‘until June 2021,' says Apple CEO Tim Cook

WFH ‘until June 2021,' says Apple CEO Tim Cook

The message couldn't be clearer -- but does this mean WWDC 2021 will again be an online show?

Does the Apple Silicon development road map look like this?

Does the Apple Silicon development road map look like this?

With a little guesswork, a little speculation, Apple's processor development plans seem even more interesting.

Apple VP Federighi wants competitors to copy Apple's privacy protection

Apple VP Federighi wants competitors to copy Apple's privacy protection

"When it comes to privacy protections, we’re very happy to see our competitors copy our work," says Apple software chief Craig Federighi, who warns of a "data-industrial complex."

Apple’s People Detection, accessibility, and the voice-first enterprise

Apple’s People Detection, accessibility, and the voice-first enterprise

Accessibility tools are critical to the development of voice-first computing and Apple is ahead of the curve.

How to boost your productivity with Safari for Mac

How to boost your productivity with Safari for Mac

This small collection of Safari extensions may give your work or research efficiency a boost.

How to make more effective use of Mail on iPhone and iPad

How to make more effective use of Mail on iPhone and iPad

Enterprise or consumer, most iPhone and iPad users want to get more from Apple's email app. Here's how.

AWS now offers Mac mini in the cloud

AWS now offers Mac mini in the cloud

Developers can now build across all Apple's products using hosted Mac minis on AWS.

Windows runs fast on Apple Silicon, developer shows

Windows runs fast on Apple Silicon, developer shows

Apple’s M1 Macs don’t officially support Windows, but a developer has managed to get Microsoft’s OS running on an ARM-based MacBook anyway.

Apple may put (self-developed) 5G modems in iPads next year

Apple may put (self-developed) 5G modems in iPads next year

Apple’s world-class silicon design teams may be close to introducing internally-developed 5G modems inside iPads as soon as 2021.

iPhone 12 Pro, Apple and LiDAR in the enterprise

iPhone 12 Pro, Apple and LiDAR in the enterprise

The iPhone 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max carry Light Detection and Ranging LiDAR scanners. What is this, and why should it matter to your enterprise?

Meet Apple’s telepresence robot

Meet Apple’s telepresence robot

A Boston Dynamics robot called Spot is helping Apple and its architects design a new HQ at an iconic location.

How to stay as private as possible on the Mac

How to stay as private as possible on the Mac

Privacy means vigilance, so make sure your Mac is as vigilant as possible on your behalf. Here's how.

Apple and Verizon put 5G iPhones closer to the (enterprise) heart

Apple and Verizon put 5G iPhones closer to the (enterprise) heart

With ‘5G Fleet Swap’ and Verizon Business, Apple is pushing the 5G iPhone 12 hard into the U.S. enterprise market

Everything you need to know about Rosetta 2 on Apple Silicon Macs

Everything you need to know about Rosetta 2 on Apple Silicon Macs

Because it is so tightly integrated with the chip, Rosetta 2 means some apps will run faster on an Apple Silicon Mac than they do on Intel.

Review: M1 Mac mini shows a bright future for Apple Silicon

Review: M1 Mac mini shows a bright future for Apple Silicon

Short on flaws and big on promise, the entry-level Mac mini just became a great system to get things done on a budget

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