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.

How and why you need HomeKit-secured smart homes

Apple may introduce an ARM-powered Mac in 2021

Apple may introduce an ARM-powered Mac in 2021

But Apple will need to convince customers and clients that there are real benefits to any such transition to a new processor.

Why every user needs a smart speaker security policy

Why every user needs a smart speaker security policy

HomePods and other devices may listen to what you say up to 19 times each day, report claims.

Challo pushes enterprise collaboration across company walls

Challo pushes enterprise collaboration across company walls

A new enterprise collaboration system for iOS means companies can work together better – and more securely – than before.

RIP: Larry Tesler, inventor of copy & paste

RIP: Larry Tesler, inventor of copy & paste

Tesler, who was 74, invented a user interface while at Xerox PARC that most of us rely on each day.

Adobe Photoshop turns 30, now much smarter

Adobe Photoshop turns 30, now much smarter

Adobe introduces new machine learning-driven Photoshop features for iPad and Mac to celebrate 30 years of the application.

Apple sticks with March iPhone event despite coronavirus

Apple sticks with March iPhone event despite coronavirus

Apple still hopes to introduce iPhone 9 at a March special event, though supply and production may be constrained due to the coronavirus outbreak in China.

 ‘Hey Siri, bring in the cattle and irrigate field four’

‘Hey Siri, bring in the cattle and irrigate field four’

If you go down to the farm today, you’ll probably find it managed by iPhones, iPads and other mobile devices.

Apple quietly builds the business case for AR

Apple quietly builds the business case for AR

Apple has introduced new AR features that should help the company push adoption of the technologies more into the mainstream.

Hard times inside Apple’s forgotten App Store

Hard times inside Apple’s forgotten App Store

Are you one of the many iOS users that ignores the row of apps at the bottom of the message composition window?

Apple's Mac Catalyst is becoming very, very serious

Apple's Mac Catalyst is becoming very, very serious

Apple appears to be setting the table for something interesting with the introduction of Swift Playgrounds for Mac and universal app purchases for Mac and iOS.

Why every enterprise needs Apple’s Pro apps team

Why every enterprise needs Apple’s Pro apps team

To navigate digital transformation successfully, you need to ensure your tech deployments meet real needs.

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