Who’s in control – you or your devices?

Sue Schwartz

With iOS 11 and later, you can use the Control Center to quickly take a picture, turn on lights, control your Apple TV and more. You can even customize Control Center so you have instant access to the things you do most. Join us as Mike Canterbury continues our journey into Apple Settings.

April Meeting: Phoenix Room, Cottonwood, April 9, 2018, 1:30 p.m.

Topic: Who’s in Control – You or Your Devices?

Keynote: Mike Canterbury

Learn about our Preferred Partner Program and meet our first Preferred Partner, iFixit.

New Battery = Faster Phone with iFixit battery kits

https://www.ifixit.com/Kits/iPhone-Battery-Kits

Our trip to the Apple store for an early morning class was well worth the effort. Instructor Terry walked us through Apple ID and iCloud. The large screen made following along easy. He had an iPhone and iPad displayed side by side on the screen and switched between the two products easily.

Group consensus was, “That was easy. I can do that.”

Terry also did a show and tell on the KeyChain application. Want to know more about this? Come to the April meeting.

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

“Be a yardstick of quality. Some people aren’t used to an environment where excellence is expected.” — Steve Jobs