By Arthur Poole
Sedona AZ (March 17, 2014) – The Oak Creek Apples Macintosh User Group will meet on Wednesday, March 19, at the Elks Lodge off Airport Road in West Sedona.
Beginning at 5:00 PM:
Continuing our regular sessions of “Mac Basics and Beyond”, local Mac/PC consultant Alan Gore will field any questions the audience might have about the Mac. At this session, please feel free to ask any Apple-related question, from the most basic to the most advanced. Come listen, learn, and ask questions about the Macintosh computer. We stress that there are no “dumb” questions. Attendees of this portion are usually about evenly split between folks new to the Mac and those with greater familiarity with the magical machine. But everyone seems to learn something.
The Main Meeting starts at 6:30 PM:
This month our feature presentation will be: APPLE PRODUCTS – Encore Performance.
Mike Dudley, Business Manager of the Apple Scottsdale Store returns by popular request to continue his talk about the newest products from Apple and how iCloud brings them all together. Mike will be focusing on the increasing role of iCloud in helping your Apple devices and computers work together. What makes Apple unique is not a single product, but the entire Apple ecosystem. Apple is more than a hardware or a software company. Beyond products to jump on the “next big thing,” it aims to enrich its customers’ lives through innovative and easy to use technology. Dudley delights in sharing the many ways people can get the most out of their Apple products. Many times, these tips are simple but they can change the way you use your favorite products.
Says Dudley, “I would love to talk about the ecosystem of products and how iCloud can bring them all together!”
Free. Public Invited. Elks Lodge, 110 Airport Road in West Sedona.
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Contact: (928) 821-3395
The Oak Creek Apples has been designated as a 501(c)3 organization by the IRS for education on Apple computers including maintenance and security, and software applications. Donations are tax deductible.