Our next meeting is November 18.

Your webmaster has been almost single handedly hosting the Meet & Greet sessions monthly since the spring and will do so on the 18th and he expects to do so on December 16. After that, he will consider the club as dead.

Meet, Greet, Show, Demo, Help.

An informal workshop.

Call for mentors!

We will need experienced Apple device users to mentor those with less experience. Come join the fun.

Also, heads-up: nominations for the

four club officers are required.

See the programs page for more info.

Membership and meetings are free.

The normal general meetings start with Questions, Answers & Problem Solving amongst members; i.e.,

A MINI WORKSHOP!

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Visitors are always welcome and there is no charge for attendance. Time is always allotted for networking, questions, and technical assistance regarding your Apple products (iMac, iPhone, iPad etc.) Bring your friends, your Apple products, questions and concerns. Hope to see you there.

More details on the programs page.

Checkout this page for a tribute to Kay.


Annapolis Apple Slice (AAS) is an Apple user group for persons who are interested in Apple devices*. Membership is FREE; but we ask that you register if you wish to get the benefits of membership -- e.g., door prizes, check out books, join the on-line discussion group, etc.


AAS meets monthly from January through November in the Severna Park Branch of the Anne Arundel County Library system.


(Please click on this link for directions to the library.)


*Current Apple devices include the Mac mini, iMac, iMac Pro, MacBook, MacBook Pro, iPad, iPad Pro, iPod Touch, iPhone, Apple TV, Apple TV 4K, Apple Watch, Mac Pro.


The elected officers for 2016 were:

        President                Michael Harford

        Vice President        Mike Torri

        Treasurer                John Corkran

        Secretary                Ken Ashbrook


The next board meeting is scheduled for December 2.

To visit us, please click on this Meeting Schedule/Calendar and/or directions link. You will also find these links on the Meet & Cal Info page; or from anywhere, click on “Meet & Cal Info” at the top of a page.


Our four officers for 2016 were voted in at the February 20 ’16 meeting. They are posted on this page: 2016 Officers


Any volunteers among the membership willing to share their Apple software or Mac desktop/laptop, iPod, iPhone, iPad experiences?

Send an e-mail to the Program Coordinator.


The year’s (2017) meeting dates are in AAS’s webcal. Links to our webcal are on the Meetings page. If you subscribe, your webcal entries will be updated when AAS updates the entries.


Board meetings (registered members only — FREE, register at any meeting) will be held at the Severna Park Library.  See the Board Schedule/Calendar.


If you find any ‘broken links’, please contact the webmaster


Note for ‘Switchers’ (PC users who are considering buying or have bought an Apple product). A ‘Genius’ at the Apple store will migrate your files from PC to Mac for free. For more questions & answers come to an AAS general meeting 


These are also good places for Switchers to start:

https://www.apple.com/support/macbasics/tour/

Getting started with your new Mac

Getting started with your first iPhone

Getting started with your first iPad

Getting started with your first iPod Touch

Getting started with your first Apple TV

Getting Started with iCloud

Getting started with iTunes


Or, have the best of both worlds:

https://www.techconnect.com/article/3224399/microsoft-windows/5-top-ways-to-run-windows-on-a-mac.html (10/13/17)

http://www.tekrevue.com/2015-vm-benchmarks-parallels-11-vs-fusion-8/

https://9to5mac.com/2017/01/23/how-to-install-windows-10-mac-boot-camp-assistant-partition-video/  (1/26/17)

http://www.macworld.com/article/2976924/business-software/excel-2016-for-mac-review-spreadsheet-app-can-do-the-job-as-long-as-you-dont-rely-on-macros.html


Good third party ‘show and tell’ sites: OS X columns, subscribe to this one


Stanford University has been giving courses detailing how to write applications for

Apple’s iOS; for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.

They are available from iTunes at the iTunes U tab OR


You can get to the Winter 2017 course (using Swift) from here:

http://tinyurl.com/kcv3ph3

You can get to the Spring 2016 course (using Swift) from here:

http://tinyurl.com/j9yrkqn 

You can get to the Winter 2015 course (using Swift) from here:

http://tinyurl.com/l2ojgb9 

You can get to the Fall 2013-Winter 2014 course from here:

http://tinyurl.com/pnmuydz

You can get to the Winter 2013 course from here:

http://tinyurl.com/a5uwmv9

You can get to the Fall 2011 course from here:

http://tinyurl.com/kj9h4la

You can get to the Fall 2010 course from here:

http://tinyurl.com/lg9c3fo

You can get to the Winter 2010 course from here:

http://tinyurl.com/lqgzxkv


You can view a simplified Apple tutorial here:

http://tinyurl.com/nlm2a6g


AAS is a member of the Macintosh User Groups (MUG) and The Apple Groups Team (TAGTeam).    TAGTeam is NOT affiliated with Apple, Inc.


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