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.

Deloitte: Apple’s Health Records an ‘inflection point’ for healthcare

Apple’s iOS 12 will save thousands of American lives

Apple’s iOS 12 will save thousands of American lives

New iOS technology will enable emergency services to quickly locate and send help to people in need of it.

Why has Apple put Mac users in the Mojave desert?

Why has Apple put Mac users in the Mojave desert?

Mojave macOS may be a metaphorical desert, with Mac users forced to endure a long dry march across it, but Apple has signaled two major events for next year that could bring relief.

WWDC: Industry experts praise Apple's Health Records API

WWDC: Industry experts praise Apple's Health Records API

Apple is one of the few companies that would attempt to connect consumers to the different EHR systems that exist, and perhaps the only one capable of pulling it off.

Everything you need to know about Apple's iOS 12 Screen Time beta

Everything you need to know about Apple's iOS 12 Screen Time beta

Apple's new iOS Screen Time feature aims to help us become aware of our digital habits as a first step to empowering us to control them.

WWDC: Accessibility has become a requirement

WWDC: Accessibility has become a requirement

With Apple putting accessibility at the core of the company's mission, developers no longer have any excuse to avoid using the accessibility tools the company provides.

WWDC: When Apple Watch became a platform

WWDC: When Apple Watch became a platform

Many incremental improvements mean Apple Watch is becoming more effective for communication, augmentation and more.

WWDC: Where Apple AI met computer vision

WWDC: Where Apple AI met computer vision

Apple's focus on machine intelligence and computer vision makes new uses possible and liberates user interfaces even further from the desktop.

WWDC: iOS 12 — An enterprise perspective (updated)

WWDC: iOS 12 — An enterprise perspective (updated)

There’s so much more to iOS 12, Apple’s new mobile OS, than Memojis. Many features will benefit enterprise users.

WWDC: Apple TV — The underestimated story

WWDC: Apple TV — The underestimated story

Few are talking about how Apple’s plan to become a key platform provider in the TV space is breaking new ground, but it’s going to become more important in the next 12 months.

WWDC: No new hardware, but Apple’s platform advantage grows

WWDC: No new hardware, but Apple’s platform advantage grows

Apple’s focus on software significantly expands what its existing solutions can already do and extends fresh developer opportunities.

Apple wants to build the next paradigm of user interfaces

Apple wants to build the next paradigm of user interfaces

Apple is looking to hire someone to help it deliver "the next paradigm of user interfaces and entirely new interaction models," which seems to point to AR, VR, and machine intelligence.

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