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

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

Why Verizon and Apple think iPhones are good for business

Why Verizon and Apple think iPhones are good for business

Verizon and Apple will showcase how iPhones and 5G networks can boost enterprise IT at a special event Thursday. What might they say?

9 things to do once you finally install Big Sur

9 things to do once you finally install Big Sur

Here are nine macOS Big Sur features that should be of interest to people using their Macs for work.

Microsoft joins other major developers on road to Apple Silicon

Microsoft joins other major developers on road to Apple Silicon

Microsoft is building a native version of Office for Apple Silicon as other major developers transition to Apple's new chips.

Apple makes a compelling argument for Apple Silicon

Apple makes a compelling argument for Apple Silicon

Enterprises, developers and consumers can expect applications to fully exploit the performance of the new Macs.

Apple’s Macs glide into the fast lane with M1 Apple Silicon

Apple’s Macs glide into the fast lane with M1 Apple Silicon

Apple leads the industry as personal computing moves to ARM.

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