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. You can also keep up with my work at AppleMust.


10 steps to a successful digital transformation

10 steps to a successful digital transformation

Digital leaders must identify future technology and customer expectation trends and then muster the courage to dismantle existing structures. Failure could leave them victims of fast-moving all-digital startups.

OS X tips and tricks

OS X tips and tricks

These utilities, tricks and tips will make life with El Capitan, also known as OS X 10, much easier. Courtesy of Mac guru Jonny Evans.

Wanneer gaat OS X virtueel?

Apple zal toch een keer overstag moeten.

Apple is zóóó slim bezig

Concurrenten kunnen niets anders dan volgen omdat alleen Apple digitalisering echt begrijpt.

The Apple/IBM Deal: iOS Claims the IoT

The partnership announced last week isn't just about selling more iPhones. It's part of a big push into the Internet of Things.

Bankers Beware: Technology is Going to Get You (and None of Us Will Care)

Technology is about to take a big slice of the traditional banking business. Bankers have been slow to see what's coming, but they're starting to realize what's at stake.

The Technology World's Sexism Needs to End

The pace of change is too slow for most people now alive to see parity in their lifetimes.

Wearable Computing Means the Death of the Smartphone

For wearables to really take off, they will have to cannibalize the smartphone, just as mobile devices have cannibalized the PC.

So WhatsApp, Facebook?

At the heart of the $19B WhatsApp acquisition may be Facebook's continuing desire to take over your mobile phone.

Has Samsung Stalled?

The smartphone giant's troubles are deeper than its big drop in quarterly profits.

Microsoft, the Wallflower

The choice of Satya Nadella as CEO suggests that the consumer-market party is over for the company, as it turns its attention to the unglamorous world of infrastructure.

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