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.

Acronis gets deeper into the Apple enterprise with Addigy partnership

Apple still has a world to reach with the iPhone's 5G promise

Apple still has a world to reach with the iPhone's 5G promise

Apple continues to benefit as carriers push for 5G deployment, even as the value of its products grows.

What happens when you put iPhone chips in Macs?

What happens when you put iPhone chips in Macs?

Apple denied it planned a move to ARM inside Macs for years. Now its PC processors lead the industry. What next?

JNUC 21 brings major security and deployment improvements to Apple enterprise

JNUC 21 brings major security and deployment improvements to Apple enterprise

The world’s biggest (virtual) gathering of Apple admins begins with numerous announcements from Jamf, including solutions for security, BYOD, provisioning, and more.

Apple’s new MacBook Pros leapfrog the competition

Apple’s new MacBook Pros leapfrog the competition

Powered by the company’s new M1 Pro and M1 Max processors, the just-announced notebooks set a new — and very high — bar for professional laptop performance.

Experts call Apple's CSAM scheme 'a dangerous technology'

Experts call Apple's CSAM scheme 'a dangerous technology'

"The surveillance and control capabilities provided...can potentially be abused by many adversaries, from hostile state actors through criminals to users’ intimate partners," experts warn.

Apple needs to introduce an iCloud business suite for the enterprise

Apple needs to introduce an iCloud business suite for the enterprise

Apple has an opportunity to create a suite of online services aimed at its growing congregation of enterprise users.

Apple warns: Sideloading apps threatens an iCrime wave

Apple warns: Sideloading apps threatens an iCrime wave

An extensive Apple white paper describes the risks of app sideloading to consumers and enterprises.

iPhone SE 2022: Apple reads the room

iPhone SE 2022: Apple reads the room

Apple is seeking platform proliferation and high service and product add-ons to weather an anticipated post-pandemic slump.

Has Apple set the scene for its next small big thing?

Has Apple set the scene for its next small big thing?

Aimed at developers, App Analytics in App Store Connect provides a window through which they can explore important app metrics....

Apple gains traction as enterprise workplaces become hybrid

Apple gains traction as enterprise workplaces become hybrid

Research data shows that hybrid work has propelled Apple device use across the enterprise, with the cost-of-ownership argument cutting through.

What the iPhone 13 says about Apple’s 2021 MacBook Pro

What the iPhone 13 says about Apple’s 2021 MacBook Pro

Apple could have made much more impressive claims when it launched the iPhone 13. What might these tell us about the Mac?

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