USEFUL LINKS

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Apple.com
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.
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.
MacSurferPulls together articles from all over the internet.
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

New look for our website

In case you missed it…our website has a new look! It’s pretty much looked the same for the last 3-4 years so it was time for a fresh coat of lipstick. The majority of the functionality and locations of information is the same as before but there are a few changes in addition to just the cosmetic ones.

Recent Apple Updates in mid July

Two weeks ago, in mid July, Apple released updates to all of its operating systems and Safari browser.  On the Mac, this is likely the last update until Big Sur. If you have an older Mac that can't be updated past Catalina, be sure to consider the update.  Here’s a...

Do I really need antivirus for Mac?

Traditionally, the Mac has been regarded as a safe and secure haven compared to other desktop platforms – particularly Windows – and a common line of thinking has been that Apple computers don’t need antivirus defenses, because security is tight enough anyway, and...

TVAUG Tuesdays – Presentation

Our next online meeting via Zoom will be on August 4 at 1:30pm as a Presentation.  Our secretary, Mike Carr, sends out the details with a link to login on the Friday before the upcoming meeting. So read the MailChimp email for details.  If you can't find that email...

MLB and iPads in Dugout

Major League Baseball is looking to leverage partnerships with tech companies like Apple to help with its upcoming season during the coronavirus pandemic. For example, MLB is expanding its iPad dugout program to distribute 15 iPad models to each team. The iPads will...