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.

Apple commits $10M to help boost COVID-19 testing

Apple commits $10M to help boost COVID-19 testing

Apple is putting money from its Advanced Manufacturing Fund into sample collection kit manufacturer, COPAN Diagnostics.

Apple’s WWDC 2020 will have more people watching than ever before

Apple’s WWDC 2020 will have more people watching than ever before

So, what’s Apple going to do with all that attention?

6+ tips for better virtual meetings

6+ tips for better virtual meetings

If you’re working remotely on a Mac, iPad, iPhone or another platform, you can make those endless video meetings more effective. Here's how.

Apple's new 13-in. MacBook Pro gets Magic Keyboard

Apple's new 13-in. MacBook Pro gets Magic Keyboard

Apple is getting on with business, introducing a faster 13-in. MacBook Pro model now equipped with the revised Magic Keyboard.

Apple results: 9 lessons in pandemic survival

Apple results: 9 lessons in pandemic survival

Diversification, agility and focus can keep your business strong amid crisis.

Microsoft set to introduce a feature iPad users really need

Microsoft set to introduce a feature iPad users really need

Microsoft is about to deliver the most-requested feature for Word and PowerPoint on iPads – support for Split View.

6 Mac and iOS time-tracking apps for remote working

6 Mac and iOS time-tracking apps for remote working

If you work remotely, work for clients, or really need to manage your time better, then a time-tracking app is essential for better productivity.

All eyes on looming iMac redesign

All eyes on looming iMac redesign

Will the next iMac design show the future of Apple hardware design, after Jony Ive?

Apple Park will have to change

Apple Park will have to change

Can a building designed for collaboration become a safe place in a pandemic?

What next for Apple retail?

What next for Apple retail?

Until we get COVID-19 testing and vaccination sorted out, main streets and malls will be quiet for a while.

Why Apple’s iPhone SE is this season’s smartphone

Why Apple’s iPhone SE is this season’s smartphone

It's slightly more affordable, delivers a long life span and has the best available mobile processor -- plus, it's easy to use with your mask on.

Apple Design Award winner launches iPhone app to improve COVID-19 testing

Apple Design Award winner launches iPhone app to improve COVID-19 testing

An iPhone-based testing solution could seriously reduce the exposure to risk at testing centers and make the overall process much faster.

Apple’s tried and tested approach to crisis: Innovate

Apple’s tried and tested approach to crisis: Innovate

Stay focused, keep investing, stay optimistic and take care.

How to protect against 'Apple' phishing scams

How to protect against 'Apple' phishing scams

Checkpoint Research says criminals are exploiting the COVID-19 crisis with a wave of phishing scams designed to look like real messages from Apple.

Apple announces 4.7-in. $399 iPhone SE

Apple announces 4.7-in. $399 iPhone SE

The second-generation iPhone SE is available in black, white, and red. Pre-orders begin at 8 a.m. EDT on Friday, April 17.

Apple publishes Maps mobility data to aid COVID-19 struggle

Apple publishes Maps mobility data to aid COVID-19 struggle

Apple's deeply interesting mobility data shows how the public's walking, driving and public transit use has changed in recent weeks as the pandemic spread.

Does Apple's recent HomePod OS set the scene for WWDC?

Does Apple's recent HomePod OS set the scene for WWDC?

Apple's decision to run HomePod on a version of tvOS hints at the evolution of a homeOS.

Everything we know about the Google/Apple COVID-19 contact tracing tech

Everything we know about the Google/Apple COVID-19 contact tracing tech

Here's how it works, what it does, why it matters and links to further information.

3D printing signs up to fight COVID-19

3D printing signs up to fight COVID-19

Hobbyists, small shops, places of education, government and big manufacturers are using 3D printing to help fight coronavirus.

Apple improves Maps search to boost pandemic response

Apple improves Maps search to boost pandemic response

Ask not what your business can do for you — ask what your business can do for your community.

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