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Beaminster — Dec 4th 2018

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Meeting on 4th December 2018

19 members came along to hear three presentations.

John gave a very comprehensive talk on Backing Up. After a salutary warning as to why we should all back-up he took us through wired (using iTunes and a local computer) and wireless backing up (using wifi and the iCloud) of iPads and iPhones. He then completed the cycle by explaining how to then use the back… Read more…

Salisbury — Nov 27th 2018

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12 members

Questions regarding IMAP and POP, running out of space in the your in box, phone chip not working in an iPad contacts and problems solved by contacting Apple Support.

Apps discussed were, City Mapper, Glymps, ETSY, FaceBook (selling and buying), LetGo and Preview

The meeting continued with David’s use of City Mapper explaining that in selected cities it will help you to easily find your… Read more…

Bournemouth — Nov 20th 2018

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Ten members attended the meeting to hear Euan Williams continue the year’s theme of less mainstream applications. Euan presented the third of Affinity’s promised trio of Mac apps, the document design package Publisher. Publisher is actually still in public Beta testing but the app that Euan demonstrated contains most features in a what is already a high quality and reliable app.

Euan started by describing ‘design’ as… Read more…

Dorchester — Nov 13th 2018

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After and extensive Q&A and general discussion Tom gave us a quick resumé from the E&T magazine of smart phone sales with the refurbished market expanding very fast in contrast to slowing in growth of new units. Perhaps this is not surprising given that Apple models lose 57% of their value in the first year with Samsung and HTC 72%.

Georgia took us through Apple’s new… Read more…

Fareham — Nov 10th 2018

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12 people attended the November meeting in which Jeanette showed us pictures and videos captured on her iPhone showing the things she grows on her allotment through the year and also the natural world she comes across while doing that.

In our usual second half Q & A session, John Hooper showed us how you could go back and see the previous history in Google Maps Street View. Jeanette also discussed the battery… Read more…

Beaminster — Nov 6th 2018

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17 members came along to our meeting on 6th November 2018 to hear three presentations.

Euan described the latest three new products from Apple for those wanting ideas for their Christmas list - the iPad Pro (complete with new Apple pencil), the Mac Mini and the MacBook Air.

David described how you could get the operating systems released in September but before you do explained how you could determine if your devices… Read more…

Salisbury — Oct 30th 2018

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Staring with a Q&A we had questions regarding the latest system Mojave installing on older Macs.
also it seemed that there were a problems with connection to emails.

Mick then gave us a comprehensive run-down on e-mailing, 10 points covering POP and IMAP, Rules, Mail Boxes, Bcc and sending the same e-mail to several people without showing the e-mail addresses, He invited us all to ask… Read more…

Bournemouth — Oct 16th 2018

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Three prospective new members and two Dorchester members brought the attendance to a healthy seventeen to hear
Mick give a presentation on e-mail. Mick offered a 10 item menu of topics for us to choose from. However, nobody felt confident enough to try to improve on Mick’s ordering so we started at the top.

Setting up: Mick covered adding a new account on macOS and on iOS. Holding down… Read more…

Fareham — Oct 13th 2018

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There were 13 people at the October meeting when Mick once again stepped into the breach and discussed quite a few elements of Mail, in this case covering Setting Up; Etiquette; Security; Pop or Imap and Rules.
After the break we had a Q & A session.
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Dorchester — Oct 9th 2018

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Tony gave 20 of us a full rundown on the new operating systems macOS 10.14, Mojave, and IOS 12.

Mojave was released to the public 24th September and whilst Tony listed Apple’s list of compatible Macs but confirmed that any Mac running High Sierra can run Mojave. Tony warned that Mojave would be the last OS to run 32 bit apps and showed how to use Activity Monitor to check… Read more…
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