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.

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.

How to mount almost any remote drive in your Mac’s Finder

How to mount almost any remote drive in your Mac’s Finder

This useful utility may help some Mac users entertained as we wait for the news from WWDC 2020.

UK will (at last) use Apple/Google contact tracing tech

UK will (at last) use Apple/Google contact tracing tech

The UK plans to abandon its own attempt to create a contact tracing app in favor of using technology developed by Apple and Google.

WWDC: Developers (again) rebel at App Store costs

WWDC: Developers (again) rebel at App Store costs

Developers are complaining about Apple's 30% App Store fee.

WWDC: Apple ships a new Catalyst app for developers

WWDC: Apple ships a new Catalyst app for developers

Apple has introduced the Apple Developer app for the Mac for the first time.

Apple aims at pro Mac markets with all-new AMD GPU

Apple aims at pro Mac markets with all-new AMD GPU

Once upon a time, two interesting announcements aimed at pro Mac users might have attracted more attention....

Mac adoption in enterprise grows, survey says

Mac adoption in enterprise grows, survey says

Parallels survey finds that more than 55% of businesses now use or permit the use of Macs.

10 Signal tips for iPhone, Mac and iPad users

10 Signal tips for iPhone, Mac and iPad users

Anyone who seriously wants to secure their communications uses the cross-platform Signal service.

How will Apple tempt developers to ARM-based Macs?

How will Apple tempt developers to ARM-based Macs?

Will developers want to use Apple's soon to be upgraded ARM-based Mac platform.

WWDC 2020: Apple to announce move to ARM-powered Macs

WWDC 2020: Apple to announce move to ARM-powered Macs

Apple reportedly intends to announce a move to use its own ARM-developed chips inside Macs starting next year.

What do we expect from WWDC 2020? (Updated)

What do we expect from WWDC 2020? (Updated)

Apple’s online Worldwide Developers Conference begins in 14 days. What can you expect from the show?

Apple’s first 5G iPhone 12 will ship late this year

Apple’s first 5G iPhone 12 will ship late this year

There's a possibility Apple will need to stagger the introduction of new iPhone models as pandemic chaos strikes manufacturing.

Apple CEO Tim Cook: 'Speaking up on racism'

Apple CEO Tim Cook: 'Speaking up on racism'

The Apple boss, in an open letter, commits to 'do more' to make a more just world for all.

iOS feature request: Do Not Disturb Pro

iOS feature request: Do Not Disturb Pro

We need an easy way to separate work life from our own life – especially now.

You’ll get more done with these 10 Mac tips

You’ll get more done with these 10 Mac tips

Here's a handful of useful Mac tips to help you get things done from wherever you are.

The best way to write Messages on Apple Watch?

The best way to write Messages on Apple Watch?

This little app lets you write more complex Messages using your Apple Watch.

Apple wants AI to make its products smarter

Apple wants AI to make its products smarter

The company hopes to solve the age-old problem with data and AI: junk in, junk out.

Apple rejects flawed claims about its contact tracing tech

Apple rejects flawed claims about its contact tracing tech

Apple has been forced to reject damaging claims against its contact tracing tech now circulating on Facebook.

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