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.

Tim Cook keeps promising new health features, probably for Apple Watch

How the Xnor.ai purchase opens Apple’s AI future

How the Xnor.ai purchase opens Apple’s AI future

What's the $200 million buy mean? Think machine imaging, smart home devices and IoT industry implementations.

How iPhones can help manage 'always-on' work-related stress

How iPhones can help manage 'always-on' work-related stress

Here are eight ways iPhones can help manage workplace stress, prevent burnout and bolster productivity.

Breaking iPhone encryption won't make anyone safer

Breaking iPhone encryption won't make anyone safer

Any security vulnerability will be exploited, enabling more of the bad activity backdoors intend to prevent.

Apple’s ‘Pro Mode’ is made for Mac professionals

Apple’s ‘Pro Mode’ is made for Mac professionals

Apple reportedly develops new ‘Pro Mode’ to boost application performance.

Apple’s App Store generates $1B a week

Apple’s App Store generates $1B a week

We’re more willing than ever to buy digital products, and that’s good for Apple.

6 iPhone hacks to make you more productive

6 iPhone hacks to make you more productive

There are many ways to be more productive while on the go with your iPhone. Here’s a brand new collection of them.

Apple has a chance to grow as half a billion Windows 7 PCs hit EOL

Apple has a chance to grow as half a billion Windows 7 PCs hit EOL

Apple could reap a good harvest as Microsoft ends support for nearly half a billion Windows 7 PCs. That support stops on Jan. 14.

Apple wants privacy laws to protect its users

Apple wants privacy laws to protect its users

And it continues to reject demands for security 'backdoors.'

iPhone apps, blockchain and the future of food

iPhone apps, blockchain and the future of food

Smartphones and blockchain are empowering an evolution in food distribution.

CES 2020: Lessons for the Apple enterprise

CES 2020: Lessons for the Apple enterprise

For the first time in 28 years, Apple returns to CES; what does that mean for Apple-centric enterprises?

What we think we know about iPhone 2020

What we think we know about iPhone 2020

It'll be faster, equipped with 5G, include powerful depth sensors and be available in up to six models.

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