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.

WWDC 2017: Everything you need to know about Apple and AR

WWDC 2017: Everything you need to know about Apple and AR

Now the company has announced it, I thought it would be useful to put together everything I know about Apple’s AR approach so far.

Apple's WWDC 2017 announcements: First thoughts for the enterprise

Apple's WWDC 2017 announcements: First thoughts for the enterprise

Powerful new platforms present some opportunity, but AR will be the big show.

WWDC: iPad’s big advantage: engagement

WWDC: iPad’s big advantage: engagement

iPads already get more in-app attention from users, how will Apple capitalize on this at WWDC?

Trump loses tech over Paris Agreement decision

Trump loses tech over Paris Agreement decision

The tech industry suddenly seems more united than ever as it slams the decision to withdraw from the Paris Agreement.

Apple has paid App Store devs over $70 billion

Apple has paid App Store devs over $70 billion

Apple just can't be silent about its success as it plans to expand developer opportunity at `WWDC 2017

7 ways to take control of Auto-correct on iPad and iPhone

7 ways to take control of Auto-correct on iPad and iPhone

Enterprise users and specialists need to teach iOS to learn industry specific words if they are ever going to make #covfefe great again. Here is what to do.

Why CIOs must understand Apple’s Neural Engine plan

Why CIOs must understand Apple’s Neural Engine plan

Apple is allegedly developing a Neural Engine chip, which will be dedicated to performing artificial intelligence (AI) computation on mobile devices.

Apple’s iPad gains drag-&-drop and a Finder-like file system

Apple’s iPad gains drag-&-drop and a Finder-like file system

Indie developer, Readdle, just transformed the iPad user experience with much requested file and usability features.

Why Apple’s App Store is good business for your enterprise

Why Apple’s App Store is good business for your enterprise

Apple's platforms are becoming money machines, while the company's deep commitments to training show the depth of the firm's long-term commitment to these solutions.

Apple is testing 5G: Why this matters to the iOS enterprise

Apple is testing 5G: Why this matters to the iOS enterprise

5G technology is the next wave of networking, and Apple is deeply involved in testing and developing the standard. Why should this matter to you?

Apple, iOS, and IBM are transforming retail, one shop at a time

Apple, iOS, and IBM are transforming retail, one shop at a time

City Furniture worked with Apple and IBM to build an iOS future for furniture retail

WWDC 2017: 10+ predictions for enterprise IT

WWDC 2017: 10+ predictions for enterprise IT

Apple’s solutions have entered the cutting edge of enterprise IT, empowering digital transformation across some of the world’s biggest companies, so there will be huge interest in its news at WWDC 2017.

15 reasons Apple leads the mobile enterprise

15 reasons Apple leads the mobile enterprise

Digital transformation is the dominant story of our times, and Apple's position in this emerging new world seems to get stronger every day. Why?

Google Assistant for iPhone: An enterprise perspective

Google Assistant for iPhone: An enterprise perspective

Google hopes to exploit public perception that Siri isn’t such a great voice assistant by making its own voice assistant available on Apple’s platform. Time will tell if the plan works

WWDC: Apple’s Kaby Lake MacBook upgrades coming soon

WWDC: Apple’s Kaby Lake MacBook upgrades coming soon

MacBook Air gets reprieve as Apple puts it up against Surface in key enterprise markets

Apple's Sal Soghoian announces 'Masters of Automation' event

Apple's Sal Soghoian announces 'Masters of Automation' event

You’ll master automation on Mac and iOS at CMD-D

7 ways Apple Watch is already in the enterprise

7 ways Apple Watch is already in the enterprise

Apple Watch is already in use in a variety of different enterprise implementations, even before it becomes truly smart

FileMaker 16's complex simplicity echoes Apple's enterprise IT strategy

FileMaker 16's complex simplicity echoes Apple's enterprise IT strategy

Enterprise class software doesn't need to be clumsy, complex, or annoying

How to manage and use iOS Notifications

How to manage and use iOS Notifications

Millions of iOS 10 users receive millions of Notifications every day -- how can we take control of the noise to make them more useful to us?

Apple's iPhone 7 is best-selling, and iPhone 6S most used, analysts claim

Apple's iPhone 7 is best-selling, and iPhone 6S most used, analysts claim

Apple's current iPhone model is already the world's best-selling smartphone, claims Strategy Analytics, even while a second report confirms iPhone 6s usage now beats that of any other smartphone.

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