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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, where I try to deliver sometimes interesting, sometimes provocative insights into what Cupertino is doing. I try to write something worth reading.

Google Plays Evil in Apple iPhone vs. Android Battle

Is Google moving to create the perception that the smartphone industry is already a two-horse race?


iPhone 3G Shortages Bolster Update Expectations

As Apple's WWDC approaches, the iPhone 3G is in short supply -- watch for a replacement.


Guess What? Apple Is Right About Flash on Smartphones

These videos will show you how Flash really does slow down a browser on a mobile phone.


Apple iPad Demand Through the Roof, Growing — Survey

Apple is currently selling more iPads than Macs every day, recent analysis states -- and is rapidly approaching the same level of sales as the iPhone.


Is Nothing Sacred? Porn Comes to the iPad

Steve Jobs may want you to believe that the iPad is free from pornography, but the folks at YouPorn beg to differ.


Why Apple Must Battle Google for the Den

Ironically, it appears the battle for the immobile -- the front room -- market is becoming another front in the savage smartphone wars.


24 Million iPhone 4GS Units Said in the Wings

Manufacuring partner Foxconn is scheduled to crank out millions of the new model in time for shipping after the June 7 Apple developers conference.


Apple-Adobe Battle Escalates

Analysis: Adobe co-founders launch war of words against Apple, Jobs over iPhone and Flash.


How to Get Flash on iPhone Now

Analysis: While Apple, Adobe argue, Flash at last comes to the iPhone.


Apple TV's Future Comes into Focus

Apple TV is one 'hobby' that looks ever more like a secret fourth weapon in the company's future business strategy.


What's Behind Apple's Buying Spree?

Apple continues to shop for new expertise and technologies to secure its place in rapidly evolving mobile markets.


Apple's Near Field Plans Mean iPhone Will be 'iWallet'

Apple's iPhone seems on course to finally open up the market for RFID-based, highly secure, paperless payments.