iOS 13 and iPhone 11 at the DVMUG Main Meeting Wednesday, October 16th

DVMUG

DVMUG Main Meeting

Wednesday, October 16th · 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm

(Third Wednesday of the month) NEW LOCATION

Pleasant Hill Community Center
320 Civic Drive, McHale Room
Pleasant Hill

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Much has happened in the Apple universe since we last met. We now have new watches, new iPhones, and new versions of iOS, watchOS, tvOS, and the macOS! You might be curious about what some of these new things mean to you. Join Don Nelson and Rick Calicura at the October meeting and we’ll try to sort it out for you.

Rick
Rick Calicura
Rick_Calicura@dvmug.org
Don
Don Nelson
Don_Nelson@dvmug.org

iOS 13 apple.com/ios/ios-13

iOS 13

iPhone 11 apple.com/iphone-11

iPhone 11

Apple’s iPhone 11 special event in 13 minutes
Watch the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro, iPad 7th generation, apple arcade, apple watch series 5, and iPhone 11’s new photography software Deep Fusion all get announced at this year’s 2019 Apple Special Event – all in under 13 minutes. Tim Cook does a fantastic, full presentation in Cupertino CA as we all wait with baited breath to see what new phone features and cameras will be revealed.
Watch here

13 Features of iOS 13: Files improvements
Funny how something as basic as inserting a thumbdrive can feel like a colossal victory.
Read more here

iMore How-to Tutorials
iMore How-to

iOS 13: Here’s what sets iPadOS apart from iOS
iPadOS 13.1 is now available, with iPad-specific features like improved multitasking, a desktop-class version of Safari, Home screen enhancements, a floating keyboard, and more.
Read more here

iOS 13: 8 cool new features you should try out first
Apple’s latest tablet operating system is both familiar and different. Here’s how to get off on the right foot.
Read more here

iOS 13: Where to find app updates
They’re not gone, but they’re nested more deeply.
Read more here

iOS 13: Haptic touch – the ultimate guide
How does Haptic Touch work? Practically the same as 3D Touch, with a few exceptions.
Read more here

iOS 13: How to use the new Find My app
Now you can find who or what you need in one spot. Here’s how to use the new Find My app on iOS to locate people and devices.
Read more here

iOS 13: How to use the Safari Download Manager on iOS
You now have a fast and easy way to manage files you download from the web on your mobile device. Here’s how to use the Safari Download Manager on iOS.
Read more here

iOS 13: How to use Markup on your screen captures and photos
Use Apple’s built-in tool to draw on images, add highlights and annotates, stamp your signature, and insert captions in screen captures, Photos, and Messages.
Read more here

iOS 13: How to use the overhauled Reminders app on iOS
Reminders on iOS received some terrific new features that let you better organize and increase your productivity.
Read more here

MacMost Video Tutorials
MacMost
Night mode photography with the iPhone 11
A new feature of the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro is the ability to take better photos at night and in low light using a combination of techniques. Multiple cameras and used and many images are taken over a period of time, and then pieced together to create a brighter image with much more detail than can be done with a regular photo.
iOS 13: A look at new features iPadOS adds to your iPad
iPadOS (AKA iOS 13) brings a ton of new features to your iPad and makes it behave more like a Mac.

iOS 13: New video adjustment tools
A little-mentioned feature of iOS 13 and iPadOS is the ability to apply the same effects to videos as you can to photos. You can easily adjust light, colors, cropping, rotation and apply filters to entire videos, right in the Camera and Photos apps.
Watch here

iOS 13: How to use a mouse with your iPad
A new feature of iPadOS is the ability to control your iPad using a Bluetooth mouse. You can add a mouse as an assistive touch device in the accessibility settings and then you get a round cursor on the screen that you can mose with the mouse.

iOS 13: New Safari features In iPadOS
The new version of Safar in iPadOS (iOS 13) is now a desktop browser rather than a mobile browser. This means sites should look and work like they do on a Mac, not an iPhone. With this comes new features such as a download manager, zoom buttons, per-site settings, and one new feature that even Safari for Mac is missing.
Watch here

iOS 13: How to use the new markup tools in iPadOS
The new Markup tools in iPadOS look and work better than ever. You can use them to add lines, arrows, highlights, shapes, text and other things to your PDFs, images, screenshots and more. Learn how to access and use the new tools.
Watch here

iOS 13: Using the new QuickPath Keyboard to swipe-type on your iPhone or iPad
With iOS 13 and iPadOS you can now swipe-type using the default standard keyboard. Apple calls it QuickPath and it can significantly speed up your typing on the tiny iPhone touch screen..
Watch here

Apple Support Apple Support Videos
Apple YouTube

iOS 13: How to multitask with Split View on your iPad
Make multitasking a breeze with Split View in iPadOS. Learn how to open multiple windows of the same app, use two apps side by side, and more.
Watch here

iOS 13: How to use Slide Over on your iPad
With Slide Over in iPadOS, you can quickly access your favorite apps with just a swipe, without leaving the one you’re in.
Watch here

 


 

The Diablo Valley Mac Users Group helps Macintosh users get the most out of their computers. Software, hardware, digital filmmaking, photography—these subjects and more are covered in the club’s monthly General Meeting, workshops, and Special Interest Groups.

You are invited to attend our general meetings at the Pleasant Hill Community Center for vendor and club presentations on new hardware, software, and other items of Mac interest. Meetings start at 6:30 p.m. with a Question & Answer segment where you are welcome to ask about your own Mac problems; there’s a break during which the club Mac experts answer your questions one-on-one, and a raffle in addition to the main presentation, usually by a software publisher or hardware manufacturer.

Dues for the entire family are $40 per year-a bargain! Especially since it includes access to the club’s weekly email including current Apple news and How-To tips, and attendance at all Special Interest Group meetings including the monthly MacClinic, where club experts diagnose and repair what’s wrong with your Mac as well as helping you with software upgrades, hard-drive replacement, and similar improvements.

 

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