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.

Apple’s next hit product is just a whisper away

5 Dock tips most Mac users need

5 Dock tips most Mac users need

Most Mac users still use the Dock at least some of the time, so here are a few tips that may help you get even more out of using it.

At FAO Schwarz: Apple’s tech is not a toy

At FAO Schwarz: Apple’s tech is not a toy

iPads and iPhones drive fun interactive experiences at FAO Schwarz

Apple isn't alone: Data confirms smartphone sector slow-down

Apple isn't alone: Data confirms smartphone sector slow-down

The entire smartphone industry, not just Apple, appears to be feeling the pain.

'We need new privacy laws,' urges Apple CEO Tim Cook

'We need new privacy laws,' urges Apple CEO Tim Cook

Apple CEO Tim Cook is urging government regulation to regulate shady data brokers and to protect user privacy.

7 things Apple’s ex-iOS chief, Scott Forstall told us about product design

7 things Apple’s ex-iOS chief, Scott Forstall told us about product design

Former Apple executive Scott Forstall recently shared several insights into how he thinks about product design.

Apple’s biggest challenge isn’t selling iPhones

Apple’s biggest challenge isn’t selling iPhones

The congregation of loyal iPhone users will continue to grow, which means Apple’s biggest challenge isn’t mobile – it’s Mac -- and getting Windows 7 users to switch over.

An enterprise take on Apple’s ‘Project Marzipan’

An enterprise take on Apple’s ‘Project Marzipan’

We will learn more about Apple's Apple’s Marzipan initiative, its plan to run iOS apps on Macs, at WWDC 2019. But here is what we know so far.

How to create and open compressed files on iPhone, iPad

How to create and open compressed files on iPhone, iPad

Many enterprises rely on zip files to exchange data, particularly confidential data. So, how can you move beyond the limits of iOS?

Enterprise iPhones will soon be able to use security dongles

Enterprise iPhones will soon be able to use security dongles

It will be possible to enhance iPhone security with hardware-based physical authentication dongles.

Apple has a chance to transform enterprise communications

Apple has a chance to transform enterprise communications

If Apple wants to put more life into its enterprise sales, it must make FaceTime and iMessage more compatible with other platforms.

CES 2019: Apple’s other trade show

CES 2019: Apple’s other trade show

Apple has a huge presence at CES with iTunes for Samsung TVs, HomeKit device launches and a strong security message.

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