Apple CIDER is Rochester, NY’s oldest and largest Apple User Group. Our main purpose is educational; we demonstrate, inform, and instruct in the use of Apple computing technology. Apple CIDER is over 30 years old with a dedicated staff of volunteers who maintain the organization and help run meetings. Whether you’ve been using a Mac for years or just bought your first MacBook or iPad just last week, come and expand the horizons of your Apple world. Meetings are held September to June on the 2nd Wednesday of the month, at East High School, 1801 East Main Street, between Culver and Ohio Streets. Q&A meetings are held the following Saturday, at the JCC, TechAge Lab 1, 1200 Edgewood Avenue . Special meetings are held during the summer.
General Meeting: Wednesday, November 12, 2014 @ 7:00 PM
East High School, 1801 East Main St, at Culver
- Keynote: Mac OS 10.10 Yosemite w/Steve Rea
- New Apple Hardware
- How to clean up your computer w/Steve Rea
Saturday Q&A: November 15, 2014 @ 3:00 PM
A joint presentation of the Tech Age Adult Computer Learning Center and Apple CIDER Computer Users Group.
We’re in a Membership Drive! Bring a guest to the meeting, and if they join the club, you can get a 3 month extension to your membership! See a board member for details.
Everything you need to know from Apple’s iPad and Mac October event | iMore
The biggest takeaway from today’s event is the announcement of the iPad Air 2. It shaves down the profile to 6.1 mm (for reference, the existing iPad Air is 7.5 mm thick). There’s a new 8 megapixel camera inside that’s similar to what we’re seeing in the iPhone 6 Plus and a dedicated A8X image signal processor to handle timelapse and slow-mo shots. The front-facing camera has had some great improvements, and lets in 81% more light thanks to a larger aperture. There’s also burst-mode selfies to shoot.
via Everything you need to know from Apple’s iPad and Mac October event | iMore.
iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus: What we know about Apple’s next smartphones
It’s that time again: iPhone interregnum. The week-plus period between the day Apple announces new iPhones and the day those phones are actually available. (In this case, the new phones will go on sale September 19.) In the meantime, you probably have a lot of questions. Fortunately, Apple has provided a good amount of information about the upcoming iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, and we’ve had some hands-on time with both versions. Here’s what we’ve learned so far.
via iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus: What we know about Apple’s next smartphones.