In our March virtual meeting, we talked about Continuity Camera and on-line user guides for Apple devices.
Continuity Camera, you can use your iPhone to scan documents directly into apps on your Macintosh. It is particularly useful in Mail, Notes and Preview. If you scan paper documents into Notes in this way, they become searchable in the Notes app.
The answers to many questions about your device are contained in the
user guide for your particular device, e.g. iPhone, iMac, or iPad. Apple has the user’s guides online. Apple doesn’t keep the user’s guides for older versions handy, so if you are planning to keep a device into vintage or obsolete status, download the applicable user guide before it goes out of date.
I will give you some links, but they are likely to go out of date. The consistent way to find the user’s guides is:
Open https://support.apple.com/ Click on your device at the top Scroll down. Near the bottom of the page, you will see something similar to this. Click on the User Guide link.
iPhone User Guide
iMac User Guides
MacBook Air User Guides
iPad User Guide
Due to various technical difficulties, our Virtual Meeting will now be THURSDAY, October 22, at 7:00 via Zoom.
MacMAD members will receive the meeting ID and password by email.
The meeting will cover recent changes to iOS (iPhone and iPad).
MacMAD will hold a virtual presentation meeting on Tuesday, October 20, 2020, at 7:00 PM. This is our usual Tuesday night meeting date.
Eric Emerick will present on recent system changes and announcement from Apple.
The meeting will be via Zoom. You can participate via your iPhone, iPad or Macintosh.
We will send out an email to all members before the meeting with a link and Meeting ID you will need to join the meeting.
If you haven’t used Zoom before, it is a popular video conferencing App and platform. It would be best if you downloaded, installed, and tested the app before meeting time.
To get started, visit
Zoom is popular because it is easy to use. They have good instruction videos on the Zoom web site.
However, If you need help getting Zoom set up on your device, please contact me well in advance (days) of the meeting and I will help you get started.
For help, email firstname.lastname@example.org
or, call Jamie Cox
321-432-0878 (leave a voice message)
Or, you can download the free book, Take Control of Zoom Essentials.
Here are the
slides from Dennis’ iCloud presentation of Nov 19, 2019, at the monthly MacMAD meeting.
Naturally, the link is to the Keynote slide show in iCloud.
Here are the
slides from this month’s presentation on Travel Apps for iOS. These are in Apple Keynote, shared through iCloud.
Here are the slides, in Keynote format, for our June 2019 meeting:
Backing Up Your Data
The slides are shared through iCloud. Enjoy.
Our April, 2019 meeting was on email and iCloud. Here are some helpful links from that meeting. Fittingly, the slides are shared through iCloud.
At our general meeting on April 16, 2019, we held club elections. The following people have announced candidacy for MacMAD office:
Jamie Cox – President
Dennis Crowley – Vice President
Eric Emerick – Treasurer
The above slate of officers was elected April 16, 2019, without opposition.
Here are the files from last night’s MacMAD meeting.
How better to share the information about iCloud than through iCloud? So, these links are to the presentation as iCloud documents.
Here are the slides in Keynote.
Here is the spreadsheet in Numbers.
When following these links, iCloud may ask you to enter a name for “collaborating”. You may enter any name you like, and click
Here are the slides for our October 16th presentation on iOS 12. They are in Keynote format.
File size is large at 933 MBytes. (contains small videos).
We hope you enjoy having the slides available like this so you do not need to take notes.
Overview of iOS 12 LARGE FILE