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.

Apple’s big reveal — the iPhone 13 — seems lucky for most

Apple’s big reveal — the iPhone 13 — seems lucky for most

Apple shows us how powerful chips boosted by integrated software, hardware, and machine intelligence can deliver substantial benefits.

Apple's App Store payments loss isn't Epic enough

Apple's App Store payments loss isn't Epic enough

The court's decision to force Apple to permit use of external payment systems for in-app payments probably won't hurt the company's bottom line too much.

Facebook smart glasses and some lessons for Apple

Facebook smart glasses and some lessons for Apple

Facebook grabbed some attention this week with its first smart glasses. Are there lessons here for Apple, which is thought to be working on its own smart spectacles?

A business user's guide to Apple’s upgrade season

A business user's guide to Apple’s upgrade season

This is a good time to prepare your enterprise for Apple's hardware and system software upgrade season.

Apple News for Android? Why not?

Apple News for Android? Why not?

Apple's decision to change its App Store rules around Reader Apps may open up new markets for the company.

12 ways to reduce data use on your Mac

12 ways to reduce data use on your Mac

If you are working remotely and reaching a data cap or in the field using your phone as a hotspot, you may want to cut data use on your Mac. Here are some ideas on how to do so.

Apple backs off controversial child-safety plans

Apple backs off controversial child-safety plans

The company now plans to take a few months more to collect input and make improvements before releasing the features, which drew fire from privacy advocates.

Apple's next services opportunity? The Apple Car

Apple's next services opportunity? The Apple Car

If Apple can get the hardware right, what kind of services will it be able to build and deliver around the Apple Car?

Apple HR needs listen to its own peeps

Apple HR needs listen to its own peeps

Every enterprise faces more dissent than ever before, including Apple. Resisting change isn’t a good option.

Analyst: iPhone 13 may be a satellite phone

Analyst: iPhone 13 may be a satellite phone

If the latest speculation from analyst Ming-Chi Kuo is true, it means you could make calls from the mountain or do video chats while at sea -- though it may just be an emergency system

Developers, regulators say Apple's App Store changes don't do enough

Developers, regulators say Apple's App Store changes don't do enough

Apple has announced a series of slight changes in settlement of a class action by developers, but they don't seem to go far enough.

Apple: It's time to bolster supply chain security

Apple: It's time to bolster supply chain security

Apple has agreed to help secure the tech industry supply chain as part of a White House cybersecurity push. Perhaps you should also protect your supply chain as well?

Apple’s great replacement cycle

Apple’s great replacement cycle

The pandemic has accelerated existing trends, spurring adoption of hybrid working, cloud services, and the great replacement of PCs with Macs and iPads.

How Apple’s Mail privacy may reshape business communications

How Apple’s Mail privacy may reshape business communications

Apple will change business communications with the introduction of privacy-focused features in its new operating systems this year.

Apple really, really wants you to tag your files

Apple really, really wants you to tag your files

The coming addition of support for tags in Notes and Reminders on iPhone, iPad, and Macs suggests Apple really wants to get you tagging today.

Apple has a lot to get through this fall

Apple has a lot to get through this fall

The company may plan multiple launch events as it preps iPhone, Mac, iPad, and Apple Watch upgrades this fall.

Apple shows its enterprise credentials with business accelerator choices

Apple shows its enterprise credentials with business accelerator choices

Businesses Apple has chosen to support under its Racial Equity and Justice Initiative offer enterprise solutions for a changing world.

Adobe continues to prove the iPad is a powerful creative tool

Adobe continues to prove the iPad is a powerful creative tool

Continued Photoshop improvements have placed iPads and Macs on an ever-more-equal footing.

Apple brings iCloud passwords to Windows, Microsoft's Edge

Apple brings iCloud passwords to Windows, Microsoft's Edge

Apple’s latest release is for Windows users and means you can now manage your iCloud passwords from a PC.

How to use iCloud Keychain to audit your passwords

How to use iCloud Keychain to audit your passwords

Word of another big leak of customer data makes this a good time for enterprise pros to audit their passwords by any means necessary.

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