Can your iPhone come out and play?

 

Sue Schwartz

I have a question. How’s your relationship with your iPhone? Are you thrilled or frustrated? Is it used only to make and receive calls?

Imagine what it would be like if you could:

* Increase your productivity

* Avoid detection

* Protect your privacy

* Manage your phone, your life

We think you’ll like how it feels to be in control of your iPhone. Join us as Mike Canterbury helps us get up close and personal with Apple settings.

March Meeting: Phoenix Room, Cottonwood, March 12, 2018, at 1:30 p.m.; topic: Can your iPhone come out to play? Keynote: Mike Canterbury

If you plan to attend the March meeting, please email Gary to assure we have the room arranged properly – Gary Bross, [email protected]

Your Sun Lakes Apple Computer Club membership comes with benefits. Twenty-one members enjoyed private training at the Apple Store in February. We learned the basics of Apple ID. Did you realize Apple ID is a single sign-on service that assists authentication in products and the online services of Apple Inc., such as iWork, iCloud, iTunes Store and Apple Store, using your existing email address from any email provider? The ability to get iCloud up and running on your iOS device in a few easy steps was easier than most of us imagined.

Jim Milardo, manager of the Apple Store at the Chandler Fashion Center, and his staff were very welcoming. Their patience and ability to make learning new applications interesting and fun rates five stars. We left feeling empowered to be part of the Apple revolution.

This Steve Jobs quote tells the tale of how we are learning to think differently, thanks to Jim and his team. “Simple can be harder than complex: You have to work hard to get your thinking clean to make it simple. But it’s worth it in the end, because once you get there, you can move mountains.” – Steve Jobs