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.

Why Apple’s AR glasses will transform your enterprise

How Apple could redesign money

How Apple could redesign money

Currency fluctuations impact prices, revenue and a company’s projected performance. One way to stabilize things could be to have an international sale price based on Apple credits.

How Apple’s AI imaging vision may save lives

How Apple’s AI imaging vision may save lives

Apple’s machine intelligence platforms enable future evolution in computer imaging and healthcare.

The summer 2018 iPhone refresh speculation round-up

The summer 2018 iPhone refresh speculation round-up

What we can expect when Apple announces its new iPhone models this season: faster processors, iPhone X Plus, Face ID, and more.

AirPods aren't just for hipsters, they're also for the enterprise

AirPods aren't just for hipsters, they're also for the enterprise

Thinking about the business case for using AirPods in the enterprise

Mac and iOS: How to unlock productivity using tags

Mac and iOS: How to unlock productivity using tags

Enterprise or consumer, one of the most effective ways to become more productive with what you are doing is to tag your files.

Apple really wants your next PC to be a Mac -- and the timing's right

Apple really wants your next PC to be a Mac -- and the timing's right

Apple appears to be taking a small step to make it easier for enterprises to upgrade their clapped-out old legacy Windows systems in favor of new Macs.

TSMC's iPhone chip attack is a wake-up call for enterprise security

TSMC's iPhone chip attack is a wake-up call for enterprise security

TSMC's WannaCry-related ransomware attack should be a wake-up call for enterprises at every level of connected manufacturing that they are already under attack.

10 magical productivity tips for Mac

10 magical productivity tips for Mac

This collection of tips can help you get things done just a little faster than before.

Apple on the tracks: iOS on the railways

Apple on the tracks: iOS on the railways

A look at how railways around the world are using iPhone and iPad to support operations, training, passenger engagement, and maintenance.

Apple users ‘most appealing’ to cybercriminals' online scams

Apple users ‘most appealing’ to cybercriminals' online scams

Apple’s platforms may be the most secure, but this is driving cybercriminals to more devious ways to undermine iOS and Mac security. Enterprise and consumer users must be aware.

Why Apple’s Create ML matters to your enterprise

Why Apple’s Create ML matters to your enterprise

Apple’s introduction of Create ML will make it easier, faster, and cheaper for enterprise users to develop machine learning apps for external and internal deployment.

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