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July 28 Meeting

July 28 Meeting (via Zoom)

The South Bay Apple Mac Users Group has been around for over 30 years. We are a group of 72 Mac, iPad, iPhone and Apple Watch aficionados.

6:30 PM, Beginners Q & A

7:15 PM, presentation of on the latest Apple hardware: New iMac, iPads, etc.
See our website at www.sbamug.com for more info, or call CW Mitchell, Membership Chair at 310-644-3315 for assistance with zoom meeting access.

email: info@sbamug.com

Twitter: @sbamug

June 30 Meeting

June 30 Meeting (via Zoom)

The South Bay Apple Mac Users Group has been around for over 30 years. We are a group of 72 Mac, iPad, iPhone and Apple Watch aficionados.

6:30 PM, Beginners Q & A

7:15 PM, presentations on news from the WWDC plus a discussion of the latest Apple hardware.
See our website at www.sbamug.com for more info, or call CW Mitchell, Membership Chair at 310-644-3315 for assistance with zoom meeting access.

email: info@sbamug.com

Twitter: @sbamug

Jan 27 Meeting

Jan 27 Meeting (via Zoom)

The South Bay Apple Mac Users Group has been around for over 30 years. We are a group of 72 Mac, iPad, iPhone and Apple Watch aficionados.

Mac Users Group Meeting (via Zoom)

Jan 27, 2021

6:30 PM, Beginners Q & A

7:15 PM, presentation in which Jim Pernal will discuss the latest Mac Operating System Big Sur (11.x)  Presentation will include the requirements for using this system, how to upgrade, why you should upgrade, and finally a few of the new features in the system with some demos. Will discuss Big Sur and the new M1 macs, and items like the new Control center in the menubar.
See our website at www.sbamug.com for more info, or call CW Mitchell, Membership Chair at 310-644-3315 for assistance with zoom meeting access.

email: info@sbamug.com

Twitter: @sbamug

August 26 Meeting

August 26 Meeting (via Zoom)

The South Bay Apple Mac Users Group has been around for over 30 years. We are a group of 72 Mac, iPad, iPhone and Apple Watch aficionados.

Mac Users Group Meeting (via Zoom)

August 26, 2020

6:30 PM, Beginners Q & A

7:30 PM, presentation on what’s available online at LA Public Libraries, and how you can access it.  Admission is free. All Mac/iPad/iPhone users and potential users are welcome to this virtual meeting. See our website at www.sbamug.com for more info, or call CW Mitchell, Membership Chair at 310-644-3315 for assistance with zoom meeting access.

email: info@sbamug.com

Twitter: @sbamug

April 24 Meeting

The topic of the main presentation at the April 24 meeting will be FaceTime.  FaceTime is Apple’s video phone call app. Arnold Silver will describe its features and do a demo. The latest version of FaceTime now provides for conference calls with up to 32 participants.

Since the FaceTime presentation is not expected to fill the hour, it will be supplemented by a selection of Don McAllister’s Screencast Online tips.

June 27 Meeting

George Wilde will bring us up to date on the latest news and upcoming developments from Apple. He says:

“During the June 4th Keynote Address at this year’s Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC18), Apple made significant announcements regarding upcoming updates to their entire suite of software. These updates, which will be released in the next few months, are likely to affect all of us regardless of whether we are Mac, iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, or Apple TV users. There are major software updates to all of these platforms coming this fall with the announcement of the next versions of macOS (called Mojave), iOS (iOS 12), watchOS (watchOS 5) and tvOS (tvOS 12). In this presentation I will be summarizing the major upcoming changes and new features incorporated in this software. The good news is that performance, especially with older devices, will likely be substantially improved. But what devices will this new software work on and how can it benefit you? These questions and more will be covered in my presentation.”

March 29 Meeting

Mac OS 10.12 by Jim Pernal

The meeting will  start with Beginner’s Q&A at 6:30 PM, followed by the main presentation at 8:00 PM.

We will discuss the latest Mac Operating System Sierra (10.12).  The presentation will include the requirements for using this system, how to upgrade, why you should upgrade, and finally a few of the new features in the system with some demos. One of the new features is Siri on the Mac OS for the first time.