When and Where
Next General Meeting
Monday, March 20, 2023
Spring Cleaning: Clean My Mac, etc.
The Meeting after the Meeting
Once again, we’ll be hanging around on Zoom after the general meeting, and the usual chatting will commence.
Monday, April 17, 2023
Monday, May 15, 2023
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Tag Archives: iPhone
Apple Products Are Valuable, Oh My!
Macworld’s Michael Simon posted a gobsmacking article on (old) (ancient?) iPhone prices: We’re used to Apple’s products holding their value for longer than other devices, but it’s not often that one appreciates in value by 5,000 percent. But that’s exactly what … Continue reading
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iOS 16 Tricks
“Apple’s iOS 16 update changed your iPhone. Here’s how to change it back, make it better and do more.” So tells us Heather Kelly, on The Washington Post: Lurking inside every major smartphone update are a mix of changes we … Continue reading
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iOS 16 Tricks & Tips
Updated your iPhone to iOS 16? Want to/need to change some stuff back to the way *you* like it? Interested in other stuff that can be done? Well, Heather Kelly, at The Washington Post, has some really cool answers for … Continue reading
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Apple Fixes Security Vulnerabilities
Jeff Butts reports, on MacObserver, Apple security updates for iOS, iPadOS, and MacOS Ventura: Apple released updates for iOS, iPadOS and macOS Monterey on Wednesday. Bringing the operating systems to iOS 15.6.1, iPadOS 15.6.1 and macOS Monterey 12.5.1, the new … Continue reading
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New iPhone Features
iPhones are pretty handy devices, helping us get lots of stuff done. And they don’t ever seem to stop coming up with new, cool stuff. Samuel Axon post an article on Ars Technica today about some new accessibility features: Global … Continue reading
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Privacy. That’s iPhone.
From Apple, on Twitter, this morning: iPhone lets you choose which apps have permission to track you. PYBT for the scoop: Privacy. Thanks to Andrew Zima for the tip.
iOS 15 Details from WWDC
As WWDC winds down, more details are sneaking out. Samuel Axon, at Ars Technica, has a quite interesting list, complete with commentary: As Apple’s annual WWDC conference wraps up, we have a whole week of developer sessions and press briefings … Continue reading
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Did You Know?
i stands for what?? Did you ever wonder what the i in the various iDevice names stands for? Have you heard from someone/somewhere? Well, here’s an answer: There’s actually more than one meaning! …Your first guess might be “Internet”, since … Continue reading
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Privacy on iPhone commercial 1 Privacy on iPhone commercial 2 It’s Leonard’s fault!
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Upcoming Mac Classes at Di-No
Di-No Computers, in Pasadena, hosts a rotating set of Mac/iPhone/iPad classes on Tuesdays from 2:00p to 3:30p. These classes are all no-cost; feel free to contribute to the tip jar, though, if you feel so moved! The schedule for the … Continue reading