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.

Will Apple play nice with others to make Siri smarter?

6 tips for faster Apple iPhone charging

6 tips for faster Apple iPhone charging

Apple will allegedly introduce a fast-charging system inside the box with every iPhone sold later this year. While we wait, I’ve put together six tips for faster charging using the technology you have.

How Apple’s iPad, Swift and VoiceOver teach the blind to code

How Apple’s iPad, Swift and VoiceOver teach the blind to code

It’s Global Accessibility Awareness Day -- a good day to explain how the accessibility features inside Swift Playgrounds and Apple solutions enable visually impaired people to code.

10 Apple accessibility solutions everyone should know

10 Apple accessibility solutions everyone should know

The great thing about the accessibility tools inside Apple products is that they make those products better for everyone. Here are some accessibility solutions every Apple user needs to know.

5 Mac Terminal tips you’ll want to use

5 Mac Terminal tips you’ll want to use

Apple’s Terminal application is supremely powerful on your Mac. Here are five Mac Terminal tips most Mac users may want to use.

Apple Pay: ‘Hey, Siri, get me a Goldman Sachs mortgage’

Apple Pay: ‘Hey, Siri, get me a Goldman Sachs mortgage’

News Apple may work with Goldman Sachs to launch credit services via Apple Pay shouldn’t surprise anyone -- technology is transforming the entire financial system as your iPhone becomes more than a wallet.

WWDC: AltConf announces London, San Jose alternative developer conferences

WWDC: AltConf announces London, San Jose alternative developer conferences

Developers will be able to meet and talk about WWDC at AltConf events in London and San Jose, California.

Mac users say, ‘Keep the Mac mini’

Mac users say, ‘Keep the Mac mini’

Apple users made it crystal clear that there is still plenty of demand for something like Mac mini.

What use is Apple’s Mac mini, anyway?

What use is Apple’s Mac mini, anyway?

Not updated for years, underpowered and expensive when compared to any iOS device, what use is Apple’s Mac mini?

WWDC: Up next -- What to expect in iOS 12

WWDC: Up next -- What to expect in iOS 12

Apple’s WWDC developer conference takes place next month. Here’s a quick run-down of the latest speculation surrounding iOS 12 -- the next iPhone, iPad OS upgrade.

iPhone vs. Android: Why the iPhone X notch is showing up on Androids

iPhone vs. Android: Why the iPhone X notch is showing up on Androids

Apple’s iPhone X, with its all-new design and — dare we say it? — 'top-notch' display, is a clear example of form following function. So why are Android smartphone makers jumping on the notch bandwagon?

Apple’s iPhone strong as industry enters replacement cycle

Apple’s iPhone strong as industry enters replacement cycle

Android smartphone manufacturers continue their struggle for share in the value-driven market, while Apple’s iPhones 8, 8 Plus, and X maintain their position.

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