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Jonny Evans

Jonny Evans

Blogger at Computerworld | IDG Communications

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Jonny Evans

Nothing announces iMessage support for Android - Computerworld

Apple has said nothing as Nothing brings iMessage support to Android — but is the system really safe?

Is this how Apple will support app sideloading in Europe? - Compute...

Apple is currently beta testing a Managed App Distribution (MAD) system that could conceivably be used to support third-party app stores on iPhones.

Open source is coming to the Apple enterprise with Fleet - Computer...

Fleet, an open-source endpoint security company, recently extended its offerings with osquery script execution of managed devices. CEO Mike McNeil talked about what this means.

Apple gets ready for app sideloading in Europe - Computerworld

Apple is preparing to open up for sideloading from third-party app stores in Europe, new statements buried within its most recent financial filing show.

The regulators are coming for Apple Pay - Computerworld

Apple Pay is next on the regulatory hit list as the US Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) moves to put large tech firms with digital payment platforms under stricter scrutiny.

Has Apple's iPad lost its 'Post-PC' promise? - Computerworld

It seems strange that Apple announced updates to Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro one full week after introducing powerful new Macs on which to run its pro apps.

Apple eyes new battery tech for future devices - Computerworld

Apple may be developing its own battery technology with a view to introducing its own designs into mobile devices, perhaps as soon as 2025.

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Apple’s results: Uneasy is the head that wears the crown - Computer...

Apple’s services wing is doing the work it was designed to do — keeping the company buoyant as it sails rough seas.

What next for Apple Silicon on Macs? - Computerworld

As the first M3 benchmark figures begin to appear, it’s time to look at why and how Apple can (and already has) won the processor wars.

New Jamf CEO John Strosahl on Apple in the enterprise, Jamf's futur...

John Strosahl became CEO in September when he took over from Dean Hager. We caught up with him to discuss Apple’s growing role in the enterprise and the future of his company.

Apple paints it black with its efficient, high-performance M3 range...

The Mac line-up is about to get much faster and deliver computational performance even more efficiently as Apple sets out its stall for Windows upgrade season.