USEFUL LINKS

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Apple.com the mother ship
Apple User GuidesUsers Guides for all Apple devices can be found here.
Apple InsiderInformation on everything Apple.
Apple SupportGo straight to the source for help.
9 to 5 MacTracks Apple and Apple products.
Dealnews.com This site began in 1997 when Compaq was the #1 computer. Times have changed! Apple products are everywhere.
Geeky Gadgets/Apple Looking for a great deal? Take a look here. Not for impulsive shoppers.
iMore iPhone, iPad, Mac, and all things Apple: featuring news, reviews, help and tips, buyer guides, forums and accessories.
Lynda.com Training VideosExcellent video tutorials by world class instructors. Now called Linked IN Learning. Available free through Sumter County Library.
MacMostLearn about the latest technology and buying choices for the Mac and iOS devices.
MacRumorsMacRumors attracts a broad audience of both consumers and professionals interested in the latest technologies and products.
MacVoicesMacVoices is the internet show that delivers in-depth discussions with the most influential people in the Apple industry
MonopriceGreat source for replacing or buying a cable, home theater goodies, etc.
OSXDailyNews, tips, software, reviews, and more for Mac OSX, iPhone, iPad.
Other World Computing OWC has memory, external drives, SSD, Thunderbolt products, and great video tutorials to do it yourself. Great phone support.
Six Colors Named after the old 6 color Apple logo; MacWorld writers
Take Control Books30% off on publications focused on Mac and Apple devices.
Tech Talk AmericaFormerly PC Classes online with David Cox
TidbitsThoughtful detailed coverage of everything Apple
Villages Computer ClubThe VCC exists to help members continue to learn and understand the capabilities of Windows-based personal computers.

TVAUG Tuesdays – HELP (Evening)

Our next TVAUG Tuesdays meeting via Zoom will be on Tuesday EVENING at 6:30pm as a HELP Session.  An email with details and a link to login is sent out on the Friday before the upcoming meeting to active members who are on our MailChimp mailing list.  If you can’t find that email and still want to participate, the login info is also in our Forum on its calendar.

Post expires on Tuesday October 26

New 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros

Last year, Apple started to transition Macs away from Intel processors to its custom M1 system-on-a-chip with the MacBook Air, 13-inch MacBook Pro, Mac Mini, and the 24-inch iMac. Reports on the M1’s performance have been stellar. Now it is time for professionals looking for more power. On October 18th at it’s Unleashed event, Apple unveiled the future of high-end Macs.

iPadOS 15 Finally Makes Multitasking Discoverable

Confession time. I’ve never been able to remember the cryptic gestures necessary to invoke Split View and Slide Over on the iPad. In part, that’s because I find using the iPad slower and clumsier than using the Mac, so whenever I might need Split View, in particular, I just switch to a Mac

How to Back Up (and Restore) the Data on Your Apple Watch

A seamless backup and restore process is one of the key advantages of the Apple ecosystem, and that extends to the Apple Watch as well: If you’re switching from an older model to a new one, you can easily restore all of your watch faces and data.

How to Use Multitasking on the iPad

Apple has long tried to convince people that the iPad can replace a computer; that it can be a mobile device that does everything that most people need to do on a laptop. To this end, Apple has tried to make iPadOS more flexible through a series of multi-tasking features, such as Split View, and Slide Over, and Center Window.