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 Store update takes retail to the metaverse

Is it finally time for Apple’s M1X MacBook Pro?

Is it finally time for Apple’s M1X MacBook Pro?

If you’ve been building up your IT budget in expectation of a new iPhone you might also want to keep in mind the expected M1X-powered MacBook Pro.

Why Apple’s M1 iMac is an excellent enterprise desktop

Why Apple’s M1 iMac is an excellent enterprise desktop

If your business needs to invest in new desktops, there are a number of reasons to consider Apple's all-new M1 iMac.

3 solid project management apps for iOS and Mac

3 solid project management apps for iOS and Mac

If you’re managing projects within an Apple-based enterprise stack, you have some very good options.

Apple’s BYOD improvements will save time for IT

Apple’s BYOD improvements will save time for IT

Apple's enterprise-focused improvements in its operating systems protect private lives on BYOD and save valuable tech support time.

Apple’s billion-dollar component nose bleed

Apple’s billion-dollar component nose bleed

Company execs say global semiconductor shortages will impact business. So what might this mean for your enterprise?

Apple: Macs are best choice for enterprise

Apple: Macs are best choice for enterprise

Apple begins an aggressive push into enterprise IT, says business users will save more than $800 over three years if they get a Mac.

Acronis teams with Jamf to secure the Apple-centric enterprise

Acronis teams with Jamf to secure the Apple-centric enterprise

Activity in the Apple enterprise space is intensifying; Acronis is teaming up with Jamf to provide a tough Mac security system.

Apple admins get a new remote support option

Apple admins get a new remote support option

An exclusive integration between Addigy and Splashtop gives Apple administrators a new remote access solution for troubleshooting IT problems.

Scary ‘malware-as-a-service’ Mac attack discovered

Scary ‘malware-as-a-service’ Mac attack discovered

New Mac malware that's capable of harvesting keystrokes and log-ins is available on the Darknet for as little as $49, researchers claim.

Apple plans an all-5G iPhone range, but not until '22

Apple plans an all-5G iPhone range, but not until '22

Apple won’t introduce an all-5G iPhone range until 2022, when it is expected to also roll out an A15-powered iPhone SE with 5G, according to a Nikkei report.

Voice is becoming a primary search technology

Voice is becoming a primary search technology

If your enterprise isn't focusing on voice search, you may be missing out on business opportunity.

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